The USDA Southeast Climate Hub with other USDA agencies and university Extension experts, have developed a set of guides for Florida agricultural producers. The guides are each tailored to a specific agricultural commodity and designed to help produces prepare for and recover from hurricane events.

The guides are housed on the USDA Southeast Climate Hub Website. The titles shown below in blue are links to full text, printable versions of the corresponding guides. The titles that are shown in black are coming soon. This post will be updated periodically to include links to the additional guides as they become available.

 

 

Beef Producers Guide
Finfish Producers Guide
Soybean Producers Guide
Beekeeping Guide
Forage Crop Guide
Strawberry Producers Guide
Citrus Producers Guide
Fruit Tree Producers Guide
Sugarcane Producers Guide
Commercial Nursery Guide
Onion Producers Guide
Swine Producers Guide
Corn Producers Guide
Peanut Producers Guide
Tobacco Producers Guide
Cotton Producers Guide
Pine Forest Landowners Guide
Tomato, Pepper, Eggplant Producers Guide
Crawfish Producers Guide
Poultry Producers Guide
Watermelon Producers Guide
Dairy Producers Guide
Rice Producers Guide

 

From the USDA Southeast Climate Hub Website:

We want to hear from you. To provide you with the best available guidance, we will update the guides in early 2021 after producers and specialists have had a chance to implement the guidance, assess recommendations, and provide feedback. Please send all comments and suggestions for improving these guides to Michael Gavazzi, USDA Southeast Climate Hub, at michael.gavazzi@usda.gov.