Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending November 11, 2018.
Steven Patrick, Habersham County
Much needed rainfall gave fall-planted forages a boost.
Charlie Todd, Jasper County
A lot of precipitation slowed the planting of small grains and made pecan farmers continue to wait for a dry period before they could resume harvesting.
Brent Allen, Washington County
Rain delayed the harvest of cotton, peanuts, and soybeans as the crops continued to decline seasonally. Some soybeans and peanuts sprouted. All livestock producers fed hay.
Luke Crosson, Calhoun County
Recent heavy rains slowed cotton and peanut harvesting. Farmers continued to deal with the impacts of Hurricane Michael.
Justin Shealey, Echols County
All of the remaining cotton in the county started to lose quality from daily heavy rains and from being defoliated for more than two weeks.
AgFax Weed Solutions
According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Georgia, there were 3.4 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, November 11, 2018. Precipitation estimates for the state ranged from 0.1 inches of rain to 5.4 inches. Average high temperatures ranged from the high 50s to the high 70s. Average low temperatures ranged from the high 30s to the mid 60s.