Blistering heat blasts Malheur County crops, could impact yield

Stuart Reitz, Malheur County extension agent, surveys a field of shallots for heat damage last week. (ANGELINA KATSANIS/The Enterprise)

VALE – If you are an onion plant, the Treasure Valley is usually a good place to grow.

That’s because during a typical growing season, the temperature remains warm and stable during the day and then cools down at night. That cycle helps onions . . .

You have reached content available exclusively to Malheur Enterprise digital subscribers.

Receive a 3-day free trial of unlimited digital access.

Already a subscriber? Login here.