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Farm Photo: Hail Damage to Local Farms

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May 23, 2008

Photos by Debbie Roos, Agricultural Extension Agent.

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These beans were covered by a row cover to protect them from bean leaf beetles. The row cover protected these beans from the hail, but farther down the row, both the row cover and the underlying beans were shredded.

cut flower beds

Cut flowers also were hit hard.


Snapdragons lost their flower buds.


These celosia plants lost all their leaves.


Close-up of defoliated celosia.

bachelor buttons

Flattened bachelor’s buttons.


Asiatic lilies were defoliated.


If the bud is intact, these lilies should still bloom.


Comfrey was toppled.
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