During the 2017 cropping season there were reports of freeze injury on peanut in Arkansas. Those that were injured were dug a day or two before morning temperatures dipped a […]
Colder-than-average temperatures earlier this spring have delayed the growth of most forages in the Midwest, pushing back when these crops will be harvested. The lack of early season growth will […]
The unseasonably cold, wet spring has presented numerous challenges across the state, especially in areas where corn has already been planted or where wheat has hit the jointing stage. In […]
Michigan is no stranger to wide fluctuations in weather patterns. In southern Lower Michigan, recent daytime temperatures reached 60 degrees Fahrenheit. While the warmer temperatures were welcomed by most people, […]
Row-crop planting in South Dakota began relatively early in the spring of 2015 and has progressed at a rapid pace. As of May 17th, 46% of corn was emerged, well […]
The recent surge of cold weather could be damaging to Louisiana’s wheat crop, depending on the severity and duration of the below-freezing temperatures, according to LSU AgCenter wheat specialist Josh […]
Very cold temperatures seen on Jan. 8 caused some leaf damage and burn among small grains but should not pose any major problems.
A week after below freezing temperatures is a good time to assess the damage to canola and see if the growing point is alive.