Boom In Blueberries Could Be Impacted By Rain
The success of blueberry farms have other growers green with envy.
Dry conditions, however, may limit this year's crop.
Developments in technology and irrigation have created a boom in blueberries, but rain has been an issue.
2011 ended about a foot below average for rainfall and the state is in a prolonged drought.
Compared to other crops in the state, like oranges, blueberries are fairing well.
Most farms are producing the same amount of crop but because of the dry weather and other factors, it's just costing more, which could impact people at the grocery store.
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