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Explain why a heavy rainfall on a fruit orchard in the spring might result in a poor fruit yeild in the fall.

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  1. A heavy rainfall call knock the new blossoms off the tree. With less blossoms, there will be less fruit.

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  2. Plants can be drowned just like people can. It can also cause erosion of the nutrient soil and seeds

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