May 11, 2017, Simcoe, Ont – Aside from some sleepless nights for those in charge, frost in Norfolk hasn’t greatly affected this year’s berry crop.
Paula Zelem of Kent Kreek Berries, located west of Simcoe on Highway 3, said Tuesday that a warm lead-in to spring has worked to combat recent frost and keep crops relatively close to on schedule.
Mercury dropping both Sunday and Monday nights had the farm’s temperature alarms ringing and their crew up at all hours to irrigate the combined 23 acres of planted berries. READ MORE
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