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Strong crop of cherries expected

Cherry lovers can start to get excited as the bulk of the harvest is about a week away from beginning in Door County. Some areas are already seeing sweet cherries ripe for picking while tart cherries still have about a week to ten days before they will be ready. Wood Orchard owner Steve Wood says Friday’s rain provided some welcome moisture for the crop.

Wood expects a full crop this year after parts of the county were concerned a spring frost would have a negative effect on their yields this year.

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