We may be getting a bit of rain and warm weather now, but it may be a little too late to save the peach crop in Illinois. The Farm Bureau's John Hawkins say the harsh winter weather may have destroyed some of the crop.
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Most of the peaches that are grown in-state are sold at local farmers' markets so people shouldn't necessarily see a reduction in the grocery stores. Hawkins says other fruits grown in the state should be okay but it's too soon to know for sure.
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