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South Carolina Farmers Talk Hurricane Matthew Impact, Aftermath

For growers in the southeast, 2016 has been a challenging year. Marion County, S.C. has seen extreme heat, tropical storms and a hurricane this season alone. However, farmers remain thankful they got any crop at all following multiple years of tough times.

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