Irma Deals Florida's Citrus Industry A Crushing Blow

Sep 28, 2017
Originally published on October 6, 2017 5:37 pm

Florida’s agriculture industry was already struggling, with imported produce crowding out domestic crops and the iconic citrus industry ravaged by disease. Then came Hurricane Irma.

NPR’s Frank Morris (@FrankNewsman) reports on damage Irma dealt to the heart of South Florida’s farming region.

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