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A La Niña winter and spring could hurt growers experiencing drought   

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting that a La Niña climate pattern will return for a third consecutive winter.

Eric Snodgrass, a principal atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions, says La Niña conditions could benefit growers this fall.

“The good news is that while La Niña is strong right now, in fall that tends to give us better moisture,” he says.

But, He tells Brownfield he doesn’t want to see La Niña conditions mid-winter to spring.

A La Niña winter and spring could hurt growers experiencing drought   

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