Four years later, Georgia pecan producers are still recovering from Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael severely hit the state of Georgia, especially the pecan industry.

Georgia pecan producers are still reeling from Hurricane Michael, which came ashore in 2018.

The American Pecan Council says growers have planted 12,000 more trees since Hurricane Michael.

Here’s how growers are still working to recover.

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