Mar 18, 2014
What has this harsh winter done to Michigan’s fruit crop?

The harsh winter has not only been tough on us, it will also have an impact on Michigan’s fruit crop.

A fruit tree, grape vine, or small fruit bush is hardy down to a certain temperature. Apple and cherry trees can take the coldest weather, while apricots and peaches are some of the most vulnerable to the cold. MLive.com

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