Valley Growers Monitoring Crops Amid Cold Snap
WESLACO – Rio Grande Valley farmers and growers are monitoring their crops with temperatures expected to hover just above freezing.
In a statement, Dale Murder with Texas Citrus Mutual says citrus crops are not expected to be harmed during the cold snap.
He does say greens and onion farmers are keeping a close eye on their crops because they can only handle freezing temperatures for a couple of hours.
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