Following an 11-year period with no direct hurricane strikes, Florida not only saw the streak broken with the landfall ofCategory 1 rainmaker Hermine in early September, but is now recovering from significant impacts left behind by Hurricane Matthew, a major storm that also caused havoc in Haiti, Cuba, and the Bahamas.
Much of Florida’s agriculture industry will have to follow best management practices for irrigation and fertilizer use or conduct water quality monitoring under new regulations taking effect July 1. Read moreRead More »
South Carolina cotton farmers are hoping weather cooperates until the very last cotton field is harvested this year. They are on track to produce their best cotton crop ever, and they need it. Read moreRead More »