Smoke and Washington vegetables

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Washington Ag Network reports that the wildfire smoke is causing lower temperatures than normal which increases the humidity and the wetness of crops. Potato growers say the change is better for potato quality, which can mean more profit than a larger harvest. Read the full story here.

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Mike Richards grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. He graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA with a degree in Multiplatform Journalism and a minor in Public Relations. He wrote and published articles at Pittsburgh’s NPR station covering a variety of topics.


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