Assessments of the impacts of Hurricane Ian on agriculture in the Southeast continue to come in. Here are some more stories I have seen recently that document some of the problems caused by the storm.

Yahoo News: After Hurricane Ian, Florida citrus and agriculture struggle

Southeast AgNet: Florida Commissioner Nikki Fried on UF/IFAS Preliminary Agricultural Damage Assessment

Growing Produce: Beekeepers Feeling Sting Amid Aftermath of Hurricane Ian

Specialty Crop Industry: Georgia’s Vidalia Onion Plants Spared by Ian

Specialty Crop Industry: Clemson Extension Agent: We Were Pretty Lucky

Hurricane Michael damaged citrus in Gadsden County, but there were differences based on the varieties and roostock scions being evaluated at the UF/IFAS Research Station near Quincy. Photo credit: P. Anderson, UF/IFAS