Dealing with the aftermath of a hurricane can seem daunting, but it’s something many of us in Florida have had to do in the past, and that includes those in the citrus industry. While growers did what they could do ahead of time to prepare, there are a variety of things afterward to obviously deal with. Here’s Mongi Zekri, the multi-county citrus agent in the Hendry County Extension office in LaBelle.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) has prepared a variety of information for dealing with the impact of Hurricane Irma. To see more click here.
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