A mix of a long cold and snowy winter and excessive rain fall is destroying some low lying crops.
At Mobilia Fruit Farms some wine grapes are doing better than others, but the cabernet sauvignon grapes are a total loss.
As for cherries, many farmers don't have any at all, according to Nick Mobilia.
Mobilia says if farmers do have cherries they are swelling and cracking because of the moisture and water.
However, Mobilia says he is optimistic about the wine grape crops turning around and bringing a fruitful season.
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