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Apple Crop Scarce, One Local Farmer Closed For Season

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The Michigan apple is a staple of fall, but the crop is suffering from damaging weather this year.

Many apple trees look nearly bare this season, and that's bad for not only farmers, but for your grocery bill.

Because of the small crop this year, the prices of apples are jumping.

Fox 32's Vanessa Fayz has more details on the scarcity of apple crops. 

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