Maria Padilla plucks a Bing cherry from a tree at the Rowe Farms near Naches, Wash. on July 8, 2008. Cooler temperatures have pushed back the 2017 harvest by several weeks, but the volume should be up about 8 percent, industry officials said.,
Maria Padilla plucks a Bing cherry from a tree at the Rowe Farms near Naches, Wash. on July 8, 2008. Cooler temperatures have pushed back the 2017 harvest by several weeks, but the volume should be up about 8 percent, industry officials said., Gordon King Yakima Herald-Republic
Maria Padilla plucks a Bing cherry from a tree at the Rowe Farms near Naches, Wash. on July 8, 2008. Cooler temperatures have pushed back the 2017 harvest by several weeks, but the volume should be up about 8 percent, industry officials said., Gordon King Yakima Herald-Republic

Weather delays cherry harvest, but crop may be worth the wait

May 22, 2017 9:08 AM