Brad Dircks, and his wife Lisa, knew the storm was going to be bad. “The weatherman came on and said, ‘Boy, this storm sure looks like a derecho thunderstorm.’ I
From Pro Farmer’s First Thing Today, these are some of the stories we are watching on Friday, May 22.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences reports minor losses to grapefruit along the east coast as winds ripped developing fruit from tree branches.
Environmental groups are watching dozens of lagoons of swine waste stored directly in Hurricane Dorian’s path in North Carolina.
As the outer bands of hurricane Dorian approach North Carolina, farmers there are in a rush to harvest their crops.
An abridged version of Florida’s 44th Tomato Conference, canceled due to Hurricane Dorian’s approach in the Atlantic, has been rescheduled for Oct. 2-3 in a new location.
Forecasters say more than a foot of rain has fallen in parts of Louisiana.