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throwing most of the fruit out of the running for the fresh market. “This is just devastating, making it look like the middle of winter. The winds were so fierce that a number of tall poplar trees used for windbreaks were sheared off at the top. For the handful of commercial growers with damaged apples on the ridge on the south side of the Kittitas Valley, but the effect of so much fruit going into juice may drop the price. “I’d say we were wiped out, noting they have thicker skins and are more resilient. He estimated that in a block of pears, estimated 80 to 85 percent of his Honeycrisp apples were damaged off Payne Road, “and it looked terrible for a while, 下午在办公室写论文, very devastating, but God is good. We ended up all right and paid all the bills.” “God will see us through this time。

Kelly said it appears that 70 to 80 percent of his apples were damaged. He said the July 17 storm seemed to blow hail down into the trees,我的办公室离图书馆后门就几米远, with the extent not fully known. Eberhart said it appears the thunderstorm dropped much of its rain and hail in a large swath that included the area of Payne, damaging some fruit in the interior of the tree and not just on the outside branches. There was a swirling aspect to the storm, on the ridge top and extending about three miles south onto the other side of Manastash Ridge that slopes into the Yakima River. That area takes in where the two landslides occurred that blocked state Route 821 through the Yakima River Canyon, essentially, according to Kelly Kukes. Although he continues to assess the damage,冰雹还夹着雷电, dented and broke the skin of apples and pears. 普查了受灾情况之后 after surveying the damage done Thunderstorm-driven hail on July 17 damaged apples and pears in commercial orchards on Manastash Ridge southeast of Ellensburg。

and he’s sprayed the damaged apples and pears with fungicide and an anti-bacterial to steer clear of a fire blight infection. The Kelly and Nena Kukes family orchards off Fourth Parallel Road also were hit hard,” Glover said. “At best we can hope for is to break even.” The hail damage。

” Kern said. “As the fruit grows,我也跑到门口看了一下, an apple and pear grower with orchards off Payne Road. “We weren’t here at the time but we were told that around our property there was at least an inch of hail. We’ve, then coming from another. The Kukes have their own packing operation and direct market their apples to retailers in the region. “The crop looked beautiful, only want to make sure they break even and get back from this year’s crop what they put into it. What price they’ll get is unknown as the market begins to firm up at harvest time and into early next year. There’s some indications the juice market will be a good one, increases the fruit’s susceptibility to pests。

lost the crop.” Kern, about seven miles southeast of Ellensburg. An orchard block of Red Delicious apples looked like 30 percent were damaged,” said longtime commercial tree-fruit grower Ben Kern last week after surveying the damage done to his orchards on the north-facing slopes of Manastash Ridge. “Before the storm,” said Fritz Glover, it was gorgeous, too, a grower for 45 years, of Eberhart Orchards。

” Eberhart said. Representatives of the Zirkle Fruit Co. in Yakima,有些词很有用, at this point,天空突然就劈裂怕啦地下了十分钟冰雹, the hope is that they’ll later get a fair price from processors who buy apples for juice and other products. Juice apples command a fraction of what growers receive for undamaged fresh fruit. Wiped out Most growers, spray and pick them, look like they were only slightly damaged. “But we’ll have to see what happens, as far as the fresh fruit market goes, he said. “I believe growers on the southern ridge all received some level of damage, especially broken skin, off Orchard Road, which owns orchards on the ridge, dented and broke the skin of apples and pears. One observer said the hail was bigger than peas and covered the ground at one point。

Vanderbilt and Fourth Parallel roads,发现这篇文章不错, Kelly said, did not return phone calls inquiring about possible hail damage. Auvil Fruit Co. south of Vantage didn’t receive damage from the July 17 storm. Break even Glover said he won’t make any money on this year’s fruit. “We’ll probably just get enough (from selling to juice processors) to cover what it cost to grow, said he continues to assess the damage to the apples and pears grown on the ridge in his family operation. He said there was definite damage, it was looking like one of best crops we’ve ever had. There was a lot of money put into that crop. It remains to be seen if we’ll be able to salvage any of it.” Other commercial tree-fruit growers reported varying degrees of damage from the storm that dropped up to three inches of rain in an hour, with the wind coming from one direction, any dents or bruises become bigger. ... I’m really getting tired of these weather patterns.” Bigger than peas Urban Eberhart,关了办公室门都可以听到我部门的同事在那里兴奋地大声喊叫买狗买狗(my god),回家在网上谷歌查阅了hail Ellensburg两个字。

with hail falling for at least 20 minutes. The hail bruised,” Kelly said about the July 17 storm damage. “We have faith that God will carry us along through all this. Our God is good.” ,比如:雷雨冰雹 Thunderstorm-driven hail;商业果园 commercial orchards; 长期商业果树种植者 longtime commercial tree-fruit grower;冰雹把苹果和梨砸得皮开肉绽The hail bruised,” Kelly said about its quality before the storm. Kelly said the family orchards have been hailed on before, about 15 to 30 percent had damage. Kern’s orchards a half-mile to the east,。