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Devastating virus hits strawberry fields in PEI

StrawberryFeilds.jpgA devastating virus has hit at least two strawberry fields on PEI. That could mean a smaller berry crop this year...and big losses for some growers. The province is sampling fields to determine if it's spread further. Strawberry growers met last night to talk about what they can do to protect their crops. Stephanie vanKampen spoke to Arny Nabuurs, president of the PEI Strawberry Growers Association.

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