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  • Will peaches be the pits?

    Area farmers fear that a predicted freeze will damage and may even doom crops like peaches. Sam Hall, of The Bush-N-Vine, of York, S.C. prays that his crop will survive.

Area farmers fear that a predicted freeze will damage and may even doom crops like peaches. Sam Hall, of The Bush-N-Vine, of York, S.C. prays that his crop will survive. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
Area farmers fear that a predicted freeze will damage and may even doom crops like peaches. Sam Hall, of The Bush-N-Vine, of York, S.C. prays that his crop will survive. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

Brace yourself for a summer without many peaches

March 20, 2017 4:21 PM