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Hurricane Hanna Causes $366M in Damages to South Texas Ag

Storm impacted 32 Texas counties, but biggest hit was to Lower Rio Grande Valley


Hurricane Hanna hit South Texas July 25, 2020, causing near $400 million in direct and indirect damages to agriculture, according to a report by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, reports Southwest Farm Press.

The storm tracked south-southwest of Corpus Christi, with much of the impact focused on the Lower Rio Grande Valley, although numerous counties experience some level of agricultural losses.

Commodities affected by the storms include cotton lint, cottonseed, citrus, sugarcane, sesame, sorghum, corn and soybeans.

The storm impacted 32 Texas counties.

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