Monday 18 Nov 2019


Farmers Assess Crops Following Hurricane Dorian

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK) — North Carolina may have dodged a bullet with Hurricane Dorian, according to one initial assessment.

While damage is still being assessed, Don Nicholson, State Agriculture Department Regional Agronomist told SFNToday.com it’s better than a year ago.

According to Nicholson, tobacco may have suffered the worst due to Dorian.

Nicholson says some other crops — such as soybeans and peanuts may have actually benefitted from the rain.

It was about a year ago that Hurricane Florence struck North Carolina

One Comment

  1. betablocker says:

    taxpayers have been duped out of millions. i hope those in charge are taking extra steps to protect our money from fraudsters.

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