Warm, consistent summer weather was bracketed by an early spring bud break. Several late summer hot spells created growing conditions that allowed for one of the earliest harvest periods in almost a decade resulting in a harvest about two weeks ahead of schedule. A warm weather trend raised the sugar levels in the fruit, and the pace of harvest. Some varieties showed a lower yield than expected, but fruit quality looked very good.
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