Growers were grateful for the additional rain we got this year; however, due to abnormal weather conditions in the early season, the raisin crop is looking to be much shorter this year, and the sudden rainstorm that hit last week did not help the situation, as many growers still had raisins drying out in the vineyard. Watch this brief interview with Madera raisin grower Jamie Hansen, as he describes the situation and what is being done to protect the precious crop.

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