It looks like this will be a good year for peach farmers in South Carolina.
Clemson University agent Andy Rollins told The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg that 2018 might be peach farmers’ best harvest in a decade.
Rollins says a cold snap or hail could still strike the Upstate, but this looks to be a very good year.
He notes that last year was not a good one for peach growers.
The South Carolina Agriculture Department says the state’s peach crop is usually valued at $90 million annually.