Georgia's agriculture industry is assessing damage done by Irma, but leaders said pecan and cotton crops were the most vulnerable as the storm passed through because they’re nearing harvest.
Both were hit hard.
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Fifty percent of Georgia's pecan crop might be lost, according to state Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black.
"If we lose half this pecan crop, fruitcakes will be more expensive at Christmastime, one would think,” Black said.