(picture provided by Associated Press)
Things are a little chilly in Florida. We've had freezing weather for a week, with no relief in sight until later next week. And this does affect our crops.
"The problem is that farmers need to protect berries and plants from overnight frost and do that by turning on sprinklers during the night to coat the plants with groundwater or ice to shield them." tbo.com
If you would like to see a really good picture of the crops being sprayed, stop over and visit my friend Shari at My Cottage of Bliss. Shari's hubby took these pictures of the strawberry fields and orange groves.
So as you see even if we don't get any snow in our area, there is still plenty of ice to go around!
Stay warm :-)