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.