Farmers still have a long way to go to recover from the winds and rain of Irma, almost a month after the storm hit.  The Tampa Bay Times has an interesting story about impacts of Irma on one Florida blueberry grower, who lost roughly 100,000 plants to the storm.  You can read it at

Leonard Park, the general manager of Frogmore Fresh Farm, stands next to a row of blueberry plants damaged during Hurricane Irma. Park estimates more than 100,000 plants were damaged. [Photo by Allison Graves]