The weather hasn't been kind to Ontario crops.
Warm temperatures in February and March prompted an early apple and peach blossom -- causing many plants to become damaged by frost when the temperatures returned to seasonal levels.
Now, a warm spell that began in late June has Ontario peaches growing two weeks ahead of schedule.
This year's crop is expected to be about 30 percent less than usual, thanks to the weather.
Other fruits and veggies - such as cherries, broccoli, corn and cabbage - are also showing up early.