Farmers are worried about the quantity of crops they will harvest this season.
Two area farmers say quality isn’t the main concern…But QUANTITY is. Julie Bercik explains what smaller yields means for consumers. There are plenty of apples at White House Fruit Farm… Yellow, red and green. The Canfield farm has 25 acres of apples… Including these jonagolds- which aren’t ready to pick yet. Nationwide supply of you favorite apple is tight. A hot March and cold April the reason. Hall says Ohio is in better shape than neighboring states..but adds because of small supply, prices are more than likely going up. It’s the same situation when it comes to corn. Greier Ag Center in Canfield is home to 300 acres of corn…but this isn’t sweet corn. Greier says his corn crop is holding up strong despite the weather…but adds farmers nationwide aren’t so lucky. A smaller corn yield also means higher prices. Both farmers say locally the Valley is in good shape……But the US-