A tropical fruit expert said it's been a bad year for mangoes in South Florida.
Speaking at this year’s International Mango Festival in Coral Gables, Dr. Noris Ledesma blamed the situation on the weather. She's the tropical fruit curator at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables.
"It rained almost every week, when we had the blooming,” Ledesma said. “We lost the majority of the crop because of the rainy season."