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Re: bees/wine-grape harvest

In a message dated 96-10-28 06:53:31 EST, you write:

>The Buffalo News yesterday reported that much of the grape harvest in 
>Western New York is useless for wine because of the cloudy and wet weather,
>the grapes cannot/will not get enough sugar content.  Oh, Dear!!

Well I certainly hope we've been declared a national disaster area!  Not
enough wine.... whine!


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