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(Sauvie Island, OR)  --  Berry farms in the Pacific Northwest are benefiting from sunny weather and are suffering from a harsh winter.  A handful of farmers in the region say their marionberry crops aren't as good as years past due to such a hard-hitting winter.  Other berries, such as blueberries and blackberries, are thriving because of recent warm weather.  A wet May had also impacted the strawberry crop and the season was shorter than normal.

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