Grape growers look for storm damage
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Wine grape growers are watching their grapes after last weekend's storm.
Growers will be examining the vines to see if they've been affected by the recent rain. The rain could dilute sugar content in some grapes, or cause grapes to rot.
Raisin-grape growers in the Valley say three quarters of the crop is still drying in vineyards, and that blowing sand from the storms may have affected some of their crop.
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