2013 was a warm growing season in Washington. For some, it was the warmest season on record in terms of Growing Degree Days. For others, it was just behind 2003, which is generally considered to be Washington’s warmest vintage. For most of the growing season, 2013 actually ran ahead of 2003 in terms of heat accumulation, with warm temperatures throughout spring and summer. However, cooler temperatures prevailed at the finish.

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Historical Harvest Reports //