A migrant worker from Chiapas, Mexico, cuts cabbage in a field near Edinburg, Texas. Farmers and field workers in the Rio Grande Valley are feeling the coronavirus pinch. With the closure of restaurants nationwide, there isn't enough demand for the produce that was planted three to four months ago. Some crops, like onions, remain in the fields where they may rot, because there isn't room in the packing houses that are already full, on Tuesday, April 7, 2020.