Massachusetts Disaster?

Massachusetts governor Deval L. Patrick is asking for government help after a cool, wet summer that left farmers and producers’ crops in limbo.
Patrick wrote a letter to U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack asking for low-interest loans up to $500,000 for any farmers affected by the weather problems. In the letter Patrick asked for loans “due to excessive moisture, flooding, hail and cool temperatures.”
To date Massachusetts has experienced losses from 30 to 100 percent from disease or poor weather. Strawberry, tobacco, potato, yellow corn and tomato crops have been greatly damaged.
If disaster is declared, farmers who suffered at least 30 percent loss will be eligible.
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