Carolina counties to get relief

July 2003
Southeast Farm Press;7/2/2003, Vol. 30 Issue 17, p15
Trade Publication
Reports on the eligibility of farmers in North Carolina counties for relief from the federal government in recouping weather-related losses suffered in 2002. Primary disaster areas for excessive rain that plagued farmers in 2002; Impact of the heavy rain on crops; Counties eligible for the benefits.


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