While a lot of damage from Hurricane Idalia has already been identified, delayed damage can sometimes be observed after the crops have continued to grow after the storm. This story from Growing Produce describes some of the scouting that vegetable producers are undertaking to find additional losses from Hurricane Idalia wind and rain. A reminder for cotton producers to scout their crops for wind damage was posted by Clint Thompson in Southeast AgNet a couple of weeks ago. Additional damage to pecan trees, blueberries, and other crops are still being identified.