Nova Scotia wild blueberries smaller due to lack of rain

Nova Scotia's blueberry harvest season is underway, with farmers gathering plentiful but small berries across the province.

"You need frequent rains throughout the summer months to make them swell up and be a good size. The only thing we're lacking this summer is good rains," blueberry farmer Barron Blois said Sunday.

Conditions have been drier than usual in Nova Scotia, sparking several forest fires and complaints about dry wells. 

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