ONEIDA COUNTY - Cranberry growers in the Northwoods hope this season will be better than last year's.
The later spring and cool summer we saw last year didn't help cranberry crops.
Growers at Lake Nokomis Cranberries in northern Oneida County think this season will be better.
"Well we're hoping for a better season than last year. Most of the state was down last year, very cool summer," says Lake Nokomis Cranberries manager Michael O'Brien. "We're hoping we get some heat units this year and I think the potential is there for a pretty good crop. The budding looks good, and things look to have come through the winter pretty well."