Warmer coastal nights may have affected vegetables

Issue Date: November 5, 2014
By Bob Johnson

Calcium disorders, apparently triggered by warm nighttime temperatures, afflicted an unusually high number of Central Coast vegetable fields this year. Farm advisors said the deficiency showed up in a long list of cool-season vegetable crops, including head and romaine lettuce, cabbage, napa cabbage, fennel and celery.

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