A mostly-dry week allowed Wisconsin farmers to get a lot of fieldwork accomplished. USDA reporters say there were six days suitable for getting into fields, but it was hot and many said they could use some rain. Ninety-five percent of the corn has emerged... Read More.
By Julia Debes, Kansas Wheat This is day 3 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Kansas wheat producers are in the cab and cutting now across... Read More.
Across the Corn Belt, cool conditions are slowing evaporation rates in areas—mainly across the far upper Midwest—where fields remain too wet for an optimal planting pace. Widespread temperatures below 40°F were reported Friday morning in the Dakotas and northern Minnesota. However, sunny weather... Read More.
A low-pressure system crossing the mid-South will drift eastward, reaching the middle Atlantic Coast during the weekend. Warm, humid conditions will precede the system, while cool, showery weather will prevail along and north of the storm’s track. A low-pressure system crossing the mid-South will... Read More.