Michigan tart cherry farmers are struggling amid a flood of low-price dried cherries from Turkey. Turkish imports of tart dried cherries nearly doubled annually over the last three years to 1.5 million-lbs. in 2018, selling at 89 cents per-lb. compared to about $4.60 per-lb. for U.S. grown product, according to data from USDA. A final ruling from the U.S. International Trade Commission on the effect of Turkish imports on the U.S. market is expected in early 2020, reported The Wall Street JournalFull Story