Cherry and berry growers hope to finish season on a high after challenging conditions

Jodie  Bruton
December 23 2022 - 1:00pm
Hotson's Cherries owners Lois and Bill Hotson have plenty of late-season varieties of cherries on offer at their Chiltern orchard after a challenging start to the season owing to floods and cooler temperatures. Picture by Mark Jesser
Hotson's Cherries owners Lois and Bill Hotson have plenty of late-season varieties of cherries on offer at their Chiltern orchard after a challenging start to the season owing to floods and cooler temperatures. Picture by Mark Jesser

CHERRY growers are salvaging the remains of a challenging season owing to a record wet spring.

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Jodie  Bruton

Jodie Bruton

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