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    Lee Dickey, a fifth generation peach farmer in Crawford County, talked about what Dickey Farms is doing to overcome low chill hours resulting from an unusually warm winter.

Lee Dickey, a fifth generation peach farmer in Crawford County, talked about what Dickey Farms is doing to overcome low chill hours resulting from an unusually warm winter. Wayne Crenshaw The Telegraph
Lee Dickey, a fifth generation peach farmer in Crawford County, talked about what Dickey Farms is doing to overcome low chill hours resulting from an unusually warm winter. Wayne Crenshaw The Telegraph

Last winter was bad for peaches. This year looks worse

February 10, 2017 9:55 AM