More problems for fruit farmers

More problems for fruit farmers
YAKIMA, Wash. -- There are more problems for apple farmers rushing to finish this year's harvest. They got a little break with temperatures not dropping as low as they feared. Now, we learned farmers are having trouble with morning dew. Wet fruit can bruise if it's picked. So, farmers have to wait for fruit to dry. That gives them less time to work each day.

"It's a little stressful because we would like to be done,” said fruit farmer, John Verbrugge. “Everybody would like to be done at this point everyone is cold and tired it's been a long harvest."

Farmers hope to be done with harvest by the end of the week.