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GA and NC blueberry harvest down up to 50 percent this year

The Packer noted this week that blueberry production across the US is starting to pick up after a slow start in Georgia and North Carolina. The article estimated that production was down 50% from what was forecast. They attributed that to pollination issues, which limited the number of berries on the bushes. Later harvests in New Jersey and California were building up the supplies, however, in spite of some issues with rain in California. You can read more here.

Source: ARS