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Here’s how COVID-19 is already affecting Malheur County agriculture

The asparagus on Craig Froerer's Nyssa farm is starting to shoot up and will soon need to be harvested twice daily to keep up with its growth, but a labor shortage due to the halting of visa procedures in Mexico may mean smaller yields this year. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)

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NYSSA – The asparagus on Craig Froerer’s Nyssa . . .