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Extreme heat and a small chance of rain on the horizon for Kansas crops

An agronomist who covers Southwest Kansas says crops conditions could deteriorate quickly without relief from extreme heat and dryness.

“We need a break from Mother Nature. That’s the biggest factor affecting all crops across the board.”

Tim Spector is the agronomy division manager for Pride Ag Resources in Dodge City, a division of Farmers Cooperative, and says the clock is ticking. “Irrigated corn is hanging in there.  Milo is hanging in there. 

Extreme heat and a small chance of rain on the horizon for Kansas crops

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