Hurricane Harvey Spares Texas Citrus, Growers Filling Florida’s Loss

April 12, 2018 10:00 AM
 
 

Hurricane Irma ravaged Florida’s citrus crop last year, losing a significant part of its orange and grapefruit crops. 

When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas last year, several crops were caught in the cross hairs of the storm. However, the citrus crop made it out relatively unscathed, and growers in the Lone Star State are stepping up to the plate to fill the void.

Ed Wolff from the Texas Farm Bureau has the story on AgDay above.

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