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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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salad mix
Salad mix was beaten into the ground.

salad mix

These beds lost a couple of weeks of production but the plants should bounce back. Two days after the storm, the growing tips were standing upright.

garlic

This garlic should survive but the scapes were broken off. The scapes contain bulbils which some growers use to propagate garlic.

garlic and onions

Garlic (left) and onions (right).

onions

Onions lost lots of leaves which will slow their growth and likely reduce yield.

potatoes

Potatoes were hit at the flowering stage.

potatoes

Close-up of poato plants. They will still produce but yield will be decreased.

cucumber\

Trellised cucumbers.

cucumber

Most leaves are gone, leaving only fruit.

tomato

Trellised tomatoes.

tomatoes

Damage to Roma tomatoes.
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