Frost would take shine off apple growers gains

According to the Hendersonville Times-News, While a dose of spring fever has spread through the mountains this unusually warm winter, farmers are not so enthusiastic. The early bud development in apples and other crops beginning to take place can pose serious problems if a sudden, late-winter cold snap hits the region.

“Everybody is very concerned,” said longtime apple grower Kenny Barnwell.


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