The flooding in Louisiana has simply ruined fields and crops. The cost of the damage continues to go up as more information regarding the damages to crops is made known. Soybeans and sugar cane are among the crops with significant damage. View the video by AgWeb to learn more about the extent of the flooding in Louisiana and what is means to the cost of crops.
A week before Hurricane Harvey walloped Houston, workers for Union Pacific Corp began moving rail cars out of the railroad’s Englewood switching yard near downtown and brought in enough generators to fill 70 tractor trailers to keep signal systems running. Read moreRead More »
“Most of the oranges and grapefruit were not yet ready to be harvested,” said Brad Rippey, a USDA meteorologist. “So I’m afraid we’ll see a lot of green fruit that was tossed to the ground because of the storm winds.” Read moreRead More »