Low volume and labor issues challenged B.C. cherry growers

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Submitted by Elsewhere on 2020-Aug-21 Fri 10:26
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As British Columbia’s cherry season wraps up, thoughts turn towards next year and how to plan accordingly for what could be a large crop. These thoughts follow a challenging 2020 season. “It was a lower year for volume and it was a slower crop,” says Sukhpaul Bal, president of the B.C. Cherry…

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