ATHENA — Gardeners, grape and grain growers have enjoyed the warm fall weather in Northeastern Oregon, but the unusual warmth is about to end, according to the National Weather Service.
“Our tomatoes typically would have frozen by now,” backyard gardener George Oblisk of Athena said. “We’re usually left with a lot of green tomatoes, but this year we’re still gathering ripe ones. We hope the weather holds this week. We’ll quit watering them to hasten ripening.”
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