Well, forget everything I said about having a good chilling season. Our warm spell for the past ten days has certainly not been good for perennial fruit crops. These high temperatures roll back the chilling accumulation, although we cannot really say how much. We are stuck at about 550 hours of winter chilling in Fredericksburg, TX. We need the groundhog to see his shadow this Saturday or we are in serious trouble. Not enough chilling to set a crop and if we do bloom, the chances of losing the crop to frost/freeze are pretty good.