Harsh Winter Causing Peach Problems

It's peach season here in the Hoosier state, but you likely wont find your local farmer's market, selling Indiana peaches thanks to a very harsh winter. Thomas Roney, who helps manage Tuttle Orchard says for every degree below 10 degrees, you lose ten percent of your peach crop. Apples are a different story, though. Roney says the apple trees are a lot better adapted to cold weather, and he‘s looking forward to a great apple crop this year, in about a month or so.