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Southern Crop

In a Stagnant Ag Economy, Trade’s Important

In our age of 24/7 news/fake news, opinions that span the spectrum from insightful to frothing at the mouth, social media posts and YouTube videos of everything from daredevil stunts to cat antics, we seem finally to have found the fitting environment for political rhetoric.

 

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Hermine Rains Down On Already-Soaked Sunshine State

More than 9 inches of rain fell across the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), representing 113% of average, or 1.06 inches above average.   What is next for crops in Florida? Read more about Hermine’s rainfall here.

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