Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Tropical Depression Harvey Drenches Delta Farmers with Harvest Underway

Southern farmers are dealing with a late-season deluge, as Tropical Depression Harvey moved up through the Delta region this week, soaking corn, soybean, cotton, sorghum and rice fields along the way.

 

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