In this week's AgFax Weekend - Getting Your Planter Ready | Climate Change Income Potential | and more.
Summary The current U.S. Drought Monitor period was highlighted by a large swath of heavy rain that started in northeast Texas and progressed northeast into the Mid-Atlantic. In this area, […]
Winter Storm Uri, which blasted through the entire state of Texas, caused at least $600 million in agricultural losses, according to preliminary data from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agricultural economists. […]
The LSU AgCenter is surveying agricultural producers to estimate damage totals resulting from last month’s freezing weather. The recent freezing weather came just as farmers were getting back on their […]
Texas’ winter/spring wildfire season is about to begin. Fire experts predict it could be a particularly active season because of La Niña this year. The weather pattern often brings drier, […]
NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – March Mar 2, 2021
The moderate La Niña event is expected to slowly relax over the next few months, and thus its influence on the Nation’s weather should gradually decline. But for March 2021, […]
In this week's AgFax Weekend - Vilsack Appointed, Getting Down to Business | Looking at the State of the Ag Economy | and more.
Summary After a frigid start to the period, especially throughout the middle third of the Nation where daily temperature anomalies were 30 to 40 degrees F below normal and readings […]
So far, there are few silver linings related to the winter storm system that brought historically low temperatures and a mix of precipitation throughout Texas, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension […]
Weather: La Nina Dryness Forecast for Spring – DTN Feb 23, 2021
Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the USDA Midwest Climate Hub have drought in focus for much of the central region of the United States through […]