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  • See that price spike? At the Washington State Grape Society annual meeting, Trent Ball, the director of the vineyard and winery technology program at Yakima Valley College, shares a graph comparing Concord cash prices and production, including how low production and inventory drove a dramatic price boost, to $300 per ton, in 2021. (Kate Prengaman/Good Fruit Grower)

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See that price spike? At the Washington State Grape Society annual meeting, Trent Ball, the director of the vineyard and winery technology program at Yakima Valley College, shares a graph comparing Concord cash prices and production, including how low production and inventory drove a dramatic price boost, to $300 per ton, in 2021. (Kate Prengaman/Good Fruit Grower) On Nov. 18,

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