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Hastings farm uses ice to survive freeze

Published On: Jan 08 2014 09:11:20 PM EST   Updated On: Jan 09 2014 07:49:40 AM EST

IFAS' Florida Partnership for Water, Agriculture, and Community Sustainability's farm St. Johns County shows how they coped with two nights of freezing temperatures.

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The University of Florida research and demonstration farm that grows blueberries, grapes, peaches, cucumbers, squash, zucchini , tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables wasn't immune from two nights of temperatures in the 20s.

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