South Carolina farmers affected by October's historic flooding can apply for aid through a private relief fund.
Non-profit group Advocates for Agriculture established the fund Plant It Forward South Carolina to help farmers whose crops were damaged.
The damage to farms was estimated at $376 million. Peanuts, cotton, soybeans and fall vegetable crops were most hurt, according to the group.
Farmers can apply for assistance at www.plantitforwardsc.org by Jan. 31.