This story was first published in the June issue of Wenatchee Valley Business World.
Give Mother Nature a pat on the back for work well done. At least so far.
Her delivery of a moderate winter and warm spring have cherry growers smiling as they prepare for what’s predicted this year to be the state’s third-largest sweet cherry crop on record. And, say experts, fruit quality ranks high, too.
“All this great weather seems almost too good to be true,”…