Hurricane Michael has taken a toll on Florida’s agriculture industry. Still recovering from Hurricane Irma, crop growers in the panhandle will need to tread on to recover from the economic impact.
Agricultural economists at the University of Florida predict over 90 percent of the cotton seedlings have been destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Only seven percent were able to be harvested earlier in the season.
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