The beginning of June ushers in cherry season, when fruit lovers swoon for heaps of firm, yellow Rainiers, sweet deep red Bings, and heart-shaped Sweetheart cherries. For the 2,200 growers in Oregon, Washington and Idaho, 72-hour farm-to-table summer campaigns begins at 4 a.m. Cherries are picked, packed, cleaned, chilled, and put on an international...