Walworth, N.Y. It was a long, cold night for farmers fending off a potentially disastrous frost. According to Gary and Stephanie Craft in Wayne County, every degree matters. Watch this report from G and S Orchards:
"It has the potential to substantially reduce our income and there isn't much you can do about," say Stephanie Craft about temperatures that are expected to dip below freezing Monday night. Watch the complete report here:
A good question with the weather we are having this year! The virtually none existent winter and unseasonably warm weather has pushed the season. Currently the trees are 3 to 4 weeks ahead of last year which was considered a "normal" season. This won't be a problem if we don't get any cold weather. What is Cold? Below 32 degrees once the flower buds start opening is too cold. Keep your fingers crossed and say a prayer we make it through the next 2 months without a hard freeze.