Disaster Communications Digest
NC State Extension

HURRICANE Aftermath: Delayed Planting Date and Fumigation

FROM Strawberry Growers Information - Sep 17, 2018 06:14 pm 

 Dear Strawberry Community. While the weather calms down, fields are in many cases still too wet to access or even flooded. With the predicted warm and sunnier weather ahead of … Continue Reading
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Sheep Producers Disaster Help Forums

FROM NC Disaster Information Center - Sep 17, 2018 04:51 pm 

 (From the N.C. Sheep Producers Association) In light of Hurricane Florence and the devastation she is still bringing, we have added a new N.C. Sheep Producers Association (N … Continue Reading
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What to Do After the Disaster — Resources for the Green Industries

FROM Horticulture - Sep 17, 2018 03:29 pm 

 Many of you may have received this information. Thanks to Danny Lauderdale for the following post from his web site. I will keep this short but wanted to remind everyone of so … Continue Reading
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Preliminary Comments on Disease Management After Florence Peanut Notes No. 128 2018

FROM Peanut - Sep 17, 2018 01:03 pm 

 Preliminary Comments on Disease Management after Hurricane Florence Many folks were trying to get in one more fungicide application either before Hurricane Florence hit or thi … Continue Reading
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Preliminary Comments on Flooding From Florence Peanut Notes No. 127 2018

FROM Peanut - Sep 17, 2018 01:02 pm 

 Preliminary Comments on Flooding after Hurricane Florence Past experience has shown that peanut can stand 3 days of submersion and remain alive. There are criteria for harvest … Continue Reading
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Hurricane Florence Update From NCDA&CS (9/16/18)

FROM N.C. Cooperative Extension Intranet - Sep 17, 2018 12:44 pm 

 This newsletter contains important information from the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Veterinary Division in regards to Hurricane Florence. Pl … Continue Reading
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FROM Strawberry Growers Information - Sep 17, 2018 12:27 pm 

 Dear Farming Community, In the following, we have compiled some information for those of you who experienced damages to their farm due to Hurricane Florence. Our aim is it to … Continue Reading
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Storm Damage Income Tax Considerations

FROM NC Disaster Information Center - Sep 17, 2018 12:18 pm 

 An involuntary conversion is an event that is not initiated by the taxpayer. The involuntary conversion can be the result of weather (e.g., hurricane or drought), condemnation … Continue Reading
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Potential Impacts of Hurricane Florence on NC Cotton (Collins & Edmisten)
Executive Order Regarding Use of Diesel Fuel (9/16/2018)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Home Restoration Steps after a Disaster
Food Safety When the Power Is Out
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