Warm winter hurries cherry blossoms, threatens fruit, vegetable crops
With the warm winter continuing, everyone is wondering what will happen with our plants.
Will the cherry blossoms come early this year? And how will the timing affect the Cherry Blossom Festival?
Area farmers are concerned, too. The people who grow fruits and vegetables say that the earlier the bloom, the more likely they are to lose their crops.
In the video, ABC7's Gail Huff talks with experts and growers about their predictions and their concerns.
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