State officials have come up with a preliminary estimate of agricultural losses in Florida due to Hurricane Irma.
It's a lot.
Officials say the price tag, at this time, is running to around $2.5 billion.
Citrus was the big loser on this list with more than $760 million worth of destroyed fruit and damaged groves.
Another $625 million worth of losses at greenhouses, nurseries and what's known as Floriculture.
Number three on the list: the sugar industry with $382 million in damage.
That's followed by forestry, beef cattle, fruits and veggies, field crops and dairy.
State Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says the total so far of $2.5 billion is likely to increase as they account for loss of future production and the cost to rebuild infrastructure.