COLUMBIA — Gene Painter kneels and observes the sample of wheat before him, explaining the difference between damage done by hail and other perils. A clean cut in the stalk signals a rodent; a bent stalk is wind damage; but a broken stalk or missing berries are signs that hail is to blame.
Crop school teaches insurance adjusters to assess hail damage
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