According to Clint Thompson of Specialty Crop Industry, the Georgia peach harvest this year is going to be very small compared to normal. This is due to the combination of unusually warm temperatures in winter, which allowed the peach trees to bloom much earlier than usual, and two devastating frosts in mid-March which destroyed a large part of the blooms and thus, this year’s fruit. While the final losses are still to be tallied, it is likely that the season will be short and the peaches hard to come by. You can read more here.

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