Hurricane Ida may limit local produce at markets until late October 

Southeast Louisiana farmers, who were already in the middle of their traditional slow season, are now dealing with fallen trees, flooded fields and flattened crops as a result of Hurricane Ida. Some Baton Rouge-area growers may not be back in business until mid or late October.


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