fruit crop

Severe weather hammered Michigan fruit crops in some recent years, but growers expect sizable harvests of apples, blueberries and cherries in 2015. Farmers across the state are seeing healthy bud growth on fruit trees, said Kevin Robson, an associate horticulture specialist with the Michigan Farm Bureau in Lansing. “Mother Nature has been very generous with us,” Robson said. “While there are always some uncertainties, everything is looking really good coming out of the winter.” (Detroit News)

More should become apparent in next week or two