The late freezes in the Southeast have caused a lot of problems for peach and blueberry growers here in the Southeast, but it also affected blueberries in Mississippi, according to MSU Extension. While it is too early to get a final tabulation of losses, they expect to see a reduction of about 50% of the commercial crop is lost. Some farms experienced a near-total loss while others with slower blooming varieties or warmer temperatures had less damage. You can read more at

This is what blueberries in Georgia look like after last week’s freeze. (AP Photo)