PHOTO GALLERY: Hurricane Hanna damages crops

Citrus farmers also suffered crop losses from the rain and strong winds brought on by Hurricane Hanna. Oranges lay scattered next to the trees in this citrus grove along FM 800 in Harlingen. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Winds and rain caused by Hurricane Hanna damaged many cotton crops in the Rio Grande Valley. Farmers who had severe damage to the cotton crops have had to plow under cotton fields. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Citrus farmers also suffered crop losses from the rain and strong winds brought on by Hurricane Hanna. Oranges lay scattered next to the trees in this citrus grove along FM 800 in Harlingen. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Winds and rain caused by Hurricane Hanna damaged many cotton crops in the Rio Grande Valley. Farmers who had severe damage to the cotton crops have had to plow under cotton fields. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Winds and rain caused by Hurricane Hanna damaged many cotton crops in the Rio Grande Valley. Farmers who had severe damage to the cotton crops have had to plow under cotton fields. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Cotton field damage caused by the rains and winds from Hurricane Hanna is visisble in fields throughout the area. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)

 

 

Citrus farmers also suffered crop losses from the rain and strong winds brought on by Hurricane Hanna. Oranges lay scattered next to the trees in this citrus grove along FM 800 in Harlingen. (Maricela Rodriguez/Valley Morning Star)
Cotton withers from the plant after Hurricane Hanna passed throughout south Texas onTuesday, July 28, 2020, in Mercedes. (Joel Martinez | jmartinez@themonitor.com)
Cotton withers from the plant after Hurricane Hanna passed throughout south Texas onTuesday, July 28, 2020, in Mercedes. (Joel Martinez | jmartinez@themonitor.com)