Southeast peaches to peak in July

04/17/2013 01:23:00 PM
Andy Nelson

“A cool spring is a recipe for a real nice crop,” he said. “They don’t sprint so hard. It’s kind of a slower cook on the peach, which really helps with quality and size.”

Dickey agreed.

“It’s been good quality weather to set the crop,” he said. “We avoided any adverse weather this spring. It looks like a great crop.”

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