Candice Zegilla, a manager at the Peach Tree, checks out peaches that will ripen later this summer. The farm lost about 60 percent of its crop in a March freeze.
Candice Zegilla, a manager at the Peach Tree, checks out peaches that will ripen later this summer. The farm lost about 60 percent of its crop in a March freeze. Jennifer Becknell news@enquirerherald.com
Candice Zegilla, a manager at the Peach Tree, checks out peaches that will ripen later this summer. The farm lost about 60 percent of its crop in a March freeze. Jennifer Becknell news@enquirerherald.com

Peach farmers expect small crop, few pick-your-own fruits

June 19, 2015 03:14 PM

UPDATED June 22, 2015 02:53 PM

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