Georgia economic losses due to April 2007 freeze
McKissick, John C.
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Freezing temperatures during April 6-9 have affected Georgia agricultural production. Total state agricultural production value losses are $257.5 million. Greatest values of loss were reported for blueberries, peaches, and pecans. Blueberries have losses of $64.9 million, peaches $28.1 million, and pecans losses are $26.9 million. Small grains losses are $19.1 million and livestock grasses total $47.8 million. The balance of production value losses are for vegetables and fruits. Freezing temperatures are estimated to have total economic output impact losses with a range from $368.9 million to $430.4 million.