Cold, wet spring sets back Ark. tomato crop

05/13/2013 | Packer (Lenexa, Kan.), The

Arkansas tomato growers will likely start shipping June 10, delayed a bit by an unseasonably cold, wet spring that may also cut into yields, said Randy Clanton of Randy Clanton Farms. "The younger plantings are probably not going to be affected quite as bad," Clanton said. "The jury is still out on some what kind of crop we'll have down here."

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