May’s record rainfalls have been devastating to some Virginia farmers.
It depends on how much and where, but berries are particularly vulnerable.
“The rain did damage the Virginia strawberry crop,” said Gail Moody Milteer, Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. “Cold weather started the season two weeks late, and the rain’s ended the season early.”
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