Summer heat, smoky skies affect state’s dry-bean crops

Issue Date: October 14, 2020
By Bob Johnson

You can add numerous dry-bean varieties to the list of crops affected this year by scorching summer days, which burned some flowers before pod set, or smoky Central Valley skies that delayed drying in the crucial days before harvest.

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