Mississippi Cotton: Slow to Mature Because of Wet, Cold Start Aug 14, 2015

    🕔Aug 14, 2015
    The cold, wet spring slowed cotton development by about 10 days, and now producers are battling plant bugs, bollworms and dry weather to bring their crops to harvest this year. […]

    Indiana, Nebraska: One Soggy Week vs. One of the Driest – DTN Jun 23, 2015

    🕔Jun 23, 2015
    “We’d love to go out and do some sprayer passes, but the sprayer would just get stuck.” INDIANA – Maple Leaf Farms That’s the way DTN View From the Cab […]

    This Year Has Nothing on the Great Flood of 1993 – DTN Jun 19, 2015

    🕔Jun 19, 2015
    Mike Carlson remembers 1993 and its severe flooding that damaged many crops that year. The Red Oak, Iowa, farmer said while the 2015 growing season has produced much rain on […]

    Louisiana Rice: Still Potential for a Good Crop this Year Jun 17, 2015

    🕔Jun 17, 2015
    Unusually excessive rainfall and cloudy days have been a challenge for growing rice, but it’s too early to become pessimistic about this year’s crop, according to the director of the […]

    Arkansas Corn, Sorghum: From Too Wet to Needing Rain Jun 15, 2015

    🕔Jun 15, 2015
    Summer time is here and we have quickly gone from being too wet in many areas of the state to now needing a rain.  Most of the corn is now […]

    Texas Cotton: Waterlogged Soils’ Impact on Growth and Management Decisions Jun 3, 2015

    🕔Jun 3, 2015
    Much of the South Texas, and possibly some of West Texas’ cotton acres, will be down due to the excessively wet weather both prior to planting and following planting. Planting […]


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