By Mark Watson
Panhandle No till Educator 

No Till Notes: 'NTOP Whirlwind Expo'

 


I’m sitting here at my desk watching the rain change over to snow in late May. They’re calling for more snow overnight. It has already rained and snowed 5.2 inches of precipitation on our farm this month.

The corn we planted three weeks ago has barely sprouted and laying in cold wet soil. I have no idea when we are going to get a break to plant the rest of our corn. Looks like it will be later than I’ve ever planted corn before.

From what I understand the sugar beet farmers are very concerned about their crop as well. Needless to say producers in this region are having a very challeng...



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