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Fewer cherries in Central Europe, researchers say

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Europe will have a significantly smaller cherry crop this year because of the frost that hit some countries last May. The most affected countries are Poland, Belarus and Ukraine, said Eberhard Makosz professor of the Polish horticultural association Orchards Karlovy Development Society. 


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