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The following are links to recent coverage regarding the impacts of Hurricane Irma on Florida Citrus.

Florida’s Orange Crop Is Bouncing Back From Bugs and a Hurricane
Published by Bloomberg in August 2018

Lawmakers sign off on money for citrus farmers Published by Florida Politics July 2018

WHIP Signup Officially Open Published by Citrus Industry News in July 2018

Irma Citrus Relief Package Moving Forward Published by Citrus Industry News in May 2018

Irma Agriculture Aid Slated to Start in Summer Published by Citrus Industry News in April 2018

Rucks Discusses Hurricane Damage and Delays Published by Citrus Industry News in April 2018

Months after Hurricane Irma, Florida citrus production is steady Published by Tampa Bay Times in March 2018

One-two punch of disease and Irma has left Florida citrus reeling Published by NBC News in February 2018

Florida orange crop shrinks as Polk growers press for relief Published by The Ledger in February 2018

Florida Oranges – Food Forecast Season 2
Published by ABC News Food Forecast with Ginger Zee on January 9, 2018

Citrus Money Passes House But Could Stall in Senate
Published by News4Jax on December 21, 2017

Helping the Florida Citrus Industry Recovery After Irma
Published by Fox Business News on November 29, 2017

The Squeeze On Florida’s Orange Crops
Published by On Point on October 5, 2017

This Is What Florida’s Devastated Citrus Groves Look Like
Published by BuzzFeed on September 26, 2017

Disaster Assessment Reveals Major Citrus Loss Published by Iowa Public TV Market to Market on September 22, 2017

Florida’s Citrus Groves Hit Hard By Hurricane Irma Hosted by NPR’s Kelly McEvers with Ellis Hunt Jr. on September 21, 2017

Irma Crushed Our Hopes For A Good Year After A Decade of Struggles, Florida Citrus Official Says Published by CNBC on September 15, 2017

OJ Growers are Devastated by Irma
Published by CNN Money on September 14, 2017

News Related to Hurricane Irma