Answer to Question from Last Issue (8-13-2020) – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Answer to Question from Last Issue (8-13-2020)

Question: What happened to these fruit?

Answer: Hail damage. A storm that happened in middle July brought hail to parts of Indiana. Hail hit small fruit, and damage became pronounced as fruit grow. More information about the damage to vegetable crops can be found in the article Hail Damage published in Vegetable Crops Hotline Issue 678.

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