Flint on Crops: Excessive Water Affects Soils and Plants

🕔Jun 26, 2017September is the month of highest frequency for tropical storms in Mississippi followed by August and October. The arrival of tropical storm Cindy was a real surprise for everyone around […]

California Almonds: Waterlogged Orchards? Here’s What to Expect

🕔Apr 20, 2017Despite last fall’s prediction of La Nina or dry conditions, this past winter is likely to be the wettest winter on record for the Northern Sierra Precipitation 8-Station Index, on […]

Indiana Corn: Salvageability of Waterlogged Fields? That’s the $64 Question.

🕔Jul 7, 2015The repeated occurrences of excessive rainfall throughout areas of Indiana early this growing season have certainly taken a toll on the health and outright survival of Indiana’s major crops of […]

Texas Cotton: Waterlogged Soils’ Impact on Growth and Management Decisions

🕔Jun 3, 2015Much of the South Texas, and possibly some of West Texas’ cotton acres, will be down due to the excessively wet weather both prior to planting and following planting. Planting […]

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