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9 Responses to “Crop Disasters”

  1. JJN said

    USDA has designated 148 counties across 15 states as crop disaster areas. Those states are Connecticut, Georgia, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming.

    USDA Crop Disaster Designations #1
    USDA has designated 23 counties in New York and Pennsylvania as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #2
    USDA has designated seven counties in South Carolina and Georgia as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #3
    USDA has designated a total of seven counties in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #4
    USDA has designated a total of 13 counties in South Dakota, Nebraska, North Dakota and Wyoming as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #5
    USDA has designated a total of 20 counties in Pennsylvania, New York and Ohio as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #6
    USDA has designated 10 counties in New York and Pennsylvania as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #7
    USDA has designated 10 counties in New Hampshire and Vermont as crop disaster areas
    due to losses caused by drought conditions that occurred from Jan. 1, 2016, and continues.

    Crop Disaster Designations #8
    USDA has designated a total of 15 counties in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #9
    USDA has designated nine counties in Georgia and South Carolina as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #10
    USDA has designated a total of five counties in North Dakota, Montana and South Dakota as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designations #11
    USDA has designated a total of 29 counties in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by frost and freeze that occurred from February 14 through May 4, 2016.

  2. JJN said

    At least 346 counties in 21 states–Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee,Texas, Wisconsin and Vermont–have been designated crop disaster areas, chiefly due to persistent drought, in 20 separate USDA declarations.

    USDA Disaster Designations #1
    USDA designates 29 counties in Texas and two counties in Oklahoma as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by high winds, hail, tornadoes and flooding that occurred from May 1, 2016, through June 24, 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #2
    Seven counties in Pennsylvania have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #3
    Two counties in New York, one in Connecticut and one in Rhode Island have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #4
    Seven counties of Putnam, Baldwin, Greene, Hancock, Jasper, Jones and Morgan in Georgia have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #5
    Four counties of Madison, Buncombe, Haywood and Yancey counties in North Carolina, as well as Cocke, Greene and Unicoi counties in Tennessee have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a drought that occurred from March 1, 2016, and continues.

    USDA Disaster Designations #6
    14 counties in Mississippi have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #7
    Five counties in New Hampshire have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #8
    14 counties in Massachusetts, four in Connecticut, three in New Hampshire, three in Rhode Island and two counties in Vermont have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #9
    24 parishes in Louisiana and two counties in Texas have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by severe storms and flooding that occurred from Aug. 11, 2016, through Aug. 31, 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #10
    Eight counties in Connecticut, and a total of 11 counties in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by frost and freeze that occurred from Feb. 12, 2016, through Feb. 15, 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #11
    A total of nine counties in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York and Vermont have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by drought that occurred on April 26, 2016, and continues.

    USDA Disaster Designations #12
    33 counties in New York, one in Massachusetts and three in Vermont have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of a hard freeze and unseasonably warm temperatures that occurred from Feb. 10, 2016, through April 27, 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #13
    Six counties in Nebraska have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #14
    Montana crop disasters due to losses caused by drought, hail, high winds, heavy rain, and drought that occurred during the 2016 crop year.
    i) Six counties in Montana have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by drought that occurred from May 1, 2016, and continues.
    ii) 11 counties in Montana have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by hail, high winds, and heavy rains that occurred in June 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #15
    14 counties in New York, and two counties in Pennsylvania have been designated crop disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by a drought that occurred during the period of April 1, 2016, and continues.

    USDA Disaster Designations #16
    Eight counties in Wisconsin, and one in Michigan have been designated crop disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by severe storms and flooding that occurred from July 11, 2016, through July 12, 2016.

    USDA Disaster Designations #17
    36 counties in Arkansas and seven counties in Missouri have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by excessive rain, flooding, hail, and high winds that occurred from April 1, 2016, and continues.

    USDA Disaster Designations #18
    Five counties in Maine have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #19
    26 counties in Georgia have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    USDA Disaster Designations #20
    Eight counties in Connecticut, four in Massachusetts and one in New York have been designated crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

  3. Dana B. said

    USDA Crop Disaster Designations: 141 Counties across 12 States

    The drought disaster designations areas are in Delaware, Idaho, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington and Wyoming.

    Crop Disaster Designation #1
    11 Counties in Maine and two in New Hampshire have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #2
    Five counties in New Hampshire and two in the state of Maine have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #3
    31 Counties in Montana, two in Idaho and three in Wyoming have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #4
    Eight counties in Mississippi have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #5
    16 Counties in Pennsylvania have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #6
    18 Counties in New Jersey, two in Delaware, one in New York, and three in Pennsylvania have been designated as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by the combined effects of freeze, excessive heat and drought that occurred from April 1, 2016, through Sep. 19, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation #7
    13 Counties in Oregon, seven in Idaho, two in Nevada, and six in Washington State have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation #8
    Six counties in Wyoming and three in Montana have been designated as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

  4. PBR said

    USDA Crop Disaster Emergency Designations:

    All counties listed below were designated crop disaster areas on Oct. 21, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 1
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 12 counties in Oklahoma as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 2
    USDA has designated five counties in Rhode Island, two in Connecticut, and one in Massachusetts as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a drought that occurred from Aug. 2, 2016, and continues.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 3
    USDA has designated five counties in Rhode Island, two in Connecticut, and three in Massachusetts as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by the combined effects of unseasonably warm temperatures and freeze that occurred from Feb. 14, 2016, through April 28, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 4
    USDA has designated eight parishes in Louisiana as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by severe storms and flooding that occurred from Aug. 11, 2016, through Aug. 31, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 5
    USDA has designated 16 counties in Alabama as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

  5. PBR said

    USDA Crop Disaster Emergency Designations.

    All counties listed below were designated crop disaster areas on Oct. 21, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 1
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 22 counties in North Carolina, and two in Georgia as crop disaster areas due to excessive rain and flooding that occurred from Sep. 1, 2016, and continues.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 2
    USDA has designated six counties in Mississippi as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 3
    USDA has designated 19 counties in Georgia and two in Alabama as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought4

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 4
    USDA has designated 12 counties in Alabama,three in Georgia,one in Mississippi and four in Tennessee as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 5
    USDA has designated six counties in Oklahoma as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

  6. CG said

    Crop Disaster Designation – United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 1
    USDA has designated five counties in South Carolina as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 2
    USDA has designated seven counties in North Carolina, one in Georgia, one in S. Carolina and two in Tennessee as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 3
    USDA has designated 23 counties in Alabama as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 4
    USDA has designated 14 counties in Tennessee as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 5
    USDA has designated 6 counties in Florida as crop disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by Hurricane Hermine that occurred on Sep. 1, 2016, through Sep. 2, 2016.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 6
    USDA has designated 28 counties in Mississippi and two in Alabama as crop disaster areas due to a recent drought.

    Crop Disaster Designation No. 7

    USDA has designated four counties in Wyoming, two in Colorado and two in Nebraska as disaster areas due to several hailstorms that occurred from July 17, 2016, through July 27, 2016.

  7. CK said

    USDA Crop Disaster Designations October 27/ November 3, 2016

    Release No. 0172.16

    USDA Designates Wasatch County in Utah as a Primary Natural Disaster Area

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Wasatch County in Utah as a primary natural disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in Duchesne, Salt Lake, Summit and Utah counties in Utah also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

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    Release No. 0171.16

    USDA Designates 2 Counties in Tennessee as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Alabama

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Lawrence and Marshall counties in Tennessee as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Tennessee also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Bedford Lewis Maury Wayne
    Giles Lincoln Rutherford Williamson

    Farmers and ranchers in Lauderdale County in Alabama also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their county is contiguous.

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    Release No. 0170.16

    USDA Designates Spartanburg County in South Carolina as a Primary Natural Disaster Area with Assistance to Producers in North Carolina

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Spartanburg County in South Carolina as a primary natural disaster area due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in Cherokee, Greenville, Laurens and Union counties in South Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

    Farmers and ranchers in Polk and Rutherford counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

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    Release No. 0169.16

    USDA Designates 2 Counties in North Carolina as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in South Carolina

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Henderson and Transylvania counties in North Carolina as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in Buncombe, Haywood, Jackson, Polk and Rutherford counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

    Farmers and ranchers in Greenville, Oconee and Pickens counties in South Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.
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    Release No. 0168.16

    USDA Designates 7 Counties in Georgia as Primary Natural Disaster Areas

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Crawford, Crisp, Dooly, Lee, Macon, Sumter and Worth counties in Georgia as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Georgia also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Bibb Mitchell Schley Turner
    Colquitt Monroe Taylor Upson
    Dougherty Peach Terrell Webster
    Houston Pulaski Tift Wilcox
    Marion

    All counties listed above were designated natural disaster areas on Nov. 3, 2016,

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    Release No. 0167.16

    USDA Designates 3 Counties in Florida as Primary Natural Disaster Areas

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Alachua, Flagler and Putnam counties in Florida as primary natural disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by insufficient chill hours that occurred from Nov. 1, 2015, through March 31, 2016.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Florida also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Bradford Gilchrist St. Johns
    Clay Levy Union
    Columbia Marion Volusia

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    Release No. 0166.16

    USDA Designates 5 Counties in Alabama as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Georgia

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Barbour, Bullock, Elmore, Walker and Winston counties in Alabama as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Alabama also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Autauga Fayette Marion
    Blount Franklin Montgomery
    Chilton Henry Pike
    Coosa Jefferson Russell
    Cullman Lawrence Tallapoosa
    Dale Macon Tuscaloosa

    Farmers and ranchers in Clay, Quitman and Stewart counties in Georgia also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

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    Release No. 0164.16

    USDA Designates Laramie County in Wyoming as a Primary Natural Disaster Area with Assistance to Producers in Surrounding States

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Laramie County in Wyoming as a primary natural disaster area due to several hailstorms that occurred from July 17, 2016, through July 27, 2016.

    Farmers and ranchers in Albany, Goshen and Platte counties in Wyoming also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

    Farmers and ranchers in Larimer and Weld counties in Colorado and in Banner and Kimball counties in Nebraska also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

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    Release No. 0163.16

    USDA Designates 2 Counties in Tennessee as Primary Natural Disaster Areas

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Cumberland and Roane counties in Tennessee as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Tennessee also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Anderson Knox Meigs Rhea
    Bledsoe Loudon Morgan Van Buren
    Fentress McMinn Putnam White

    All counties listed above were designated natural disaster areas on Oct. 26, 2016
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    Release No. 0162.16

    USDA Designates 2 Counties in South Carolina as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in North Carolina

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Greenville and Laurens counties in South Carolina as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in Abbeville, Anderson, Greenwood, Newberry, Pickens, Spartanburg, and Union counties in South Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

    Farmers and ranchers in Henderson, Polk and Transylvania counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

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    Release No. 0161.16

    USDA Designates 2 Counties in North Carolina as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Surrounding States

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Graham and Jackson counties in North Carolina as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in Cherokee, Haywood, Macon, Swain and Transylvania counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:

    Georgia
    Rabun

    South Carolina
    Oconee

    Tennessee
    Blount and Monroe

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    Release No. 0160.16

    USDA Designates 7 Counties in Mississippi as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Alabama

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Attala, Calhoun, Holmes, Kemper, Lauderdale, Montgomery and Webster counties in Mississippi as a primary natural disaster area due to a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Mississippi also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Carroll Grenada Leflore Oktibbeha
    Chickasaw Humphreys Madison Pontotoc
    Choctaw Jasper Neshoba Winston
    Clarke Lafayette Newton Yalobusha
    Clay Leake Noxubee Yazoo

    Farmers and ranchers in Choctaw and Sumter counties in Alabama also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.
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    Release No. 0159.16

    USDA Designates Levy County in Florida as a Primary Natural Disaster Area

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Levy County in Florida as a primary natural disaster area due to damage and losses caused by Hurricane Hermine that occurred on Sep. 1, 2016, through Sep. 2, 2016.

    Farmers and ranchers in Alachua, Citrus, Dixie, Gilchrist and Marion counties in Florida also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.
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    Release No. 0158.16

    USDA Designates 4 Counties in Alabama as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Mississippi

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated Coosa, Cullman, Fayette and Sumter counties in Alabama as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in Alabama also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Blount Greene Marshall Tallapoosa
    Chilton Lamar Morgan Tuscaloosa
    Choctaw Lawrence Pickens Walker
    Clay Marengo Shelby Winston
    Elmore Marion Talladega

    Farmers and ranchers in Kemper, Lauderdale and Noxubee counties in Mississippi also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.
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    Release No. 0157.16

    USDA Designates 7 Counties in North Carolina as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Virginia

    WASHINGTON, Oct. 21, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated seven counties in North Carolina as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by excessive rain and flooding that occurred from Sep. 1, 2016, and continues. Those counties are:
    Bertie Gates Hertford Tyrrell
    Chowan Harnett Perquimans

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Camden Hyde Northampton
    Chatham Johnston Pasquotank
    Cumberland Lee Sampson
    Dare Martin Wake
    Halifax Moore Washington

    Farmers and ranchers in Southampton and Suffolk counties in Virginia also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous.
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  8. DBB said

    Release No. 0165.16

    USDA Designates 39 Counties in North Carolina as Primary Natural Disaster Areas with Assistance to Producers in Surrounding States

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 3, 2016 — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated 39 counties in North Carolina as primary natural disaster areas due to losses caused by excessive flooding due to Hurricane Matthew that occurred from Oct. 8, 2016, and continues. Those counties are:
    Beaufort Duplin Jones Richmond
    Bertie Edgecombe Lee Robeson
    Bladen Gates Lenoir Sampson
    Brunswick Greene Martin Scotland
    Camden Halifax Moore Tyrrell
    Carteret Harnett Northampton Wake
    Columbus Hertford Onslow Washington
    Craven Hoke Pamlico Wayne
    Cumberland Hyde Pender Wilson
    Currituck Johnston Pitt

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in North Carolina also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:
    Anson Franklin Pasquotank
    Chatham Granville Perquimans
    Chowan Montgomery Randolph
    Dare Nash Stanly
    Durham New Hanover Warren

    Farmers and ranchers in the following counties in South Carolina and Virginia also qualify for natural disaster assistance because their counties are contiguous. Those counties are:

    South Carolina
    Chesterfield, Dillon, Horry and Marlboro

    Virginia
    Brunswick, Chesapeake, Greensville, Southampton, Suffolk and Virginia Beach

  9. CK said

    Release No. 0187.16
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has designated seven counties in North Carolina and two counties in Tennessee as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Release No. 0188.16
    USDA has designated a total of 20 counties in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by multiple disasters that occurred during the 2016 crop year. The disasters include drought and excessive heat that occurred from June 1, 2016, and continues, in addition to high winds, storm surges and flooding due to Hurricane Matthew that occurred from Oct. 7, 2016, through Oct. 8, 2016.

    Release No. 0186.16
    USDA has designated 22 counties in Georgia as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Release No. 0184.16
    TBA

    Release No. 0185.16
    TBA

    Release No. 0182.16
    USDA has designated a total of 36 counties in South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia as crop disaster areasdue to losses caused by high winds, storm surges and flooding caused by Hurricane Matthew that occurred from Oct. 7, 2016, through Oct. 8, 2016.

    Release No. 0183.16
    USDA has designated seven counties in Utah as a primary natural disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by a recent drought.

    Release No. 0181.16
    USDA has designated a total of 22 counties in Oklahoma and Texas as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

    Release No. 0180.16
    TBA

    Release No. 0179.16
    USDA has designated a total of 17 counties in Missouri, Arkansas and Tennessee as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by excessive rainfall and flooding that occurred on Aug. 1, 2016, through Aug. 31, 2016.

    Release No. 0178.16
    USDA has designated 12 parishes in Louisiana and a total of 8 counties in Arkansas, Mississippi and Texas as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by severe storms and flooding that occurred from Aug. 11, 2016, through Aug. 31, 2016.

    Release No. 0177.16
    USDA has designated 13 counties in Florida as crop disaster areas due to damage and losses caused by Hurricane Matthew that occurred from Oct. 6, 2016, through Oct. 8, 2016.

    Release No. 0176.16
    USDA has designated 8 counties in Arizona as crop disaster areas due to damages and losses caused by rain and a hailstorm that occurred on Oct. 8, 2016.

    Release No. 0175.16
    USDA has designated 18 counties in Alabama as crop disaster areas due to losses caused by a recent drought.

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