The path that Hurricane Arthur took last week hit an area of the state where a lot of corn is grown. And several farmers will be affected.
State Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler and staff traveled by Forest Service plane to see the crop damage first hand. Ag spokesman Brian Long says a lot of the damage was in Hyde County, known for growing corn.
“There are parts of Hyde County where you can just look and you would almost think you were somewhere in the Midwest, because it’s just is corn, and corn, and corn," said Long.