Cold front threatens Florida farms

Farmers in the southern US state are battling to save their strawberry harvest.

    Farmers in the southern US state of Florida are battling a bitter cold front which is threatening to wipe out their strawberry harvest.

    Strawberries are a $400 million a year industry in the state, and growers have spent the past few days in a round-the-clock battle to save their crops.

    Eddie Conner tells Al Jazeera about the fight to keep his strawberry business alive.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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