Growers fret as grapes hang unharvested (NZ)

Growers fret as grapes hang unharvested (NZ)

The extended wet weather is the final straw for some grapegrowers with a risk of fruit splitting and the spread of disease. A cold spring put vines two weeks behind and a summer with little sunshine has meant some late varieties have yet to ripen, reports Hawke’s Bay Today. Maraekakaho contract grower Beni Noetzli said he may lose half his crop.

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