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(Salem, OR)  --  Oregon's hazelnut harvest isn't all it was cracked up to be.  Growers had expected a bumper crop this year, but it's shaking out differently.  The Capital Press reports on industry numbers that show a 48-thousand-ton harvest is shaping up, missing predictions by some four-thousand tons.  A Newburg packer says it's not clear why the harvest fell short, but he suspects it may be due to underperformance of a new nut variety. 

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