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Concern mounting about crop damage

January 2010

Florida’s agriculture industry continues to evaluate the impact of a two-week freeze on fruit and vegetables. Commissioner of Agriculture Charles Bronson estimates about one-third of the crop worth hundreds of millions of dollars has been lost. The Florida Farm Bureau Federation is advising farmers who have sustained crop damage to document damage by taking photographs, contact the USDA Farm Service Agency in their counties, and prepare to file a claim, if they have crop insurance.

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