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|Tuesday, June 01, 2010|
Oregon's strawberry growers are concerned about their crops this year, which are growing slowly this year due to the cool weather.
Gross sales of strawberries were $12.9 million in Oregon last year, and the crop is Oregon's 42nd most valuable agricultural commodity.
Read more at Capital Press.
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