B.C. cherry growers consider trade action against U.S. counterparts
Some growers are leaving their fruit on the trees, rather than pay to have them picked and shipped.
Many think a glut of cheap cherries from Washington are to blame and growers in the Okanagan are holding emergency meetings as they plot their strategy.
Daybreak host Chris Walker spoke with the general manager of the B.C. Fruit Growers' Association, Glen Lucas.
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