Cold early morning temperatures are crucial to the conditions of crops throughout Yuma.
Freezing temperatures stop production and everything remains at a standstill for farmers until the frost melts.
Matt McGuire, General Manager of JV Farms says when production is thrown off schedule, every second lost counts, causing a rippling effect throughout production.
The frosting occurs early in the morning and at very cool temperatures.
The problem not only remains in the freezing crops, but the workers stuck out in the fields.