Grovelands Cherries announces they won't have a cherry season this year as wet weather continues

Georgia Rossiter
October 6 2022 - 5:00am
Grovelands Cherries owner Kristy Barton says the wet weather forecast and increased costs were part of the decision to close for the season. File picture
Grovelands Cherries owner Kristy Barton says the wet weather forecast and increased costs were part of the decision to close for the season. File picture

THE wet weather forecast has left the Riverina's supply of Christmas cherries in doubt, after family staple Grovelands Cherries announced they would not open this season.

Georgia Rossiter

Georgia comes to the Daily Advertiser from the Snowy Mountains via Shepparton, Victoria. You can reach her at georgia.rossiter@austcommunitymedia.com.au or 0439 364 702

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