Fabiola Chavez, 2, looks out the window of her uncle's home in Nocatee, a small town south of Arcadia in DeSoto County. Chavez's uncle and father work for the sod industry. While the citrus crops were hit the hardest during Hurricane Charley, the sod companies are also suffering because there is too much water in the ground to cut the sod.

Photo by LEXEY SWALL, Daily News

Fabiola Chavez, 2, looks out the window of her uncle's home in Nocatee, a small town south of Arcadia in DeSoto County. Chavez's uncle and father work for the sod industry. While the citrus crops were hit the hardest during Hurricane Charley, the sod companies are also suffering because there is too much water in the ground to cut the sod.

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