Early budding, then a recent cold snap, have taken a toll on Iowa's vineyards
Richard Black said he knew the killing frost was possible, even to be expected, but some part of him was hoping it wouldn't happen.
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#1 May 5, 2012
Chicago street wineos will feel the shortage. Cheep wine, Louste grapes, The best wine produced in Iowa would have trouble compeating with Boonsfarm or other cheep useless food for winoes.
Crapie wine Iowa. Hey maybe they could make wine from HOG CRAP. Only if there is a subsity.
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