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AgDay Daily Recap -April 15, 2013

April 15, 2013
 
 

TODAY ON AGDAY

APRIL 15, 2013

 

WHEAT DAMAGE:

GOOD MORNING I'M CLINTON GRIFFITHS. IN A FEW DAYS WE'LL KNOW JUST HOW BAD THE COLD WEATHER HURT THE NATION'S WINTER WHEAT CROP.

DROUGHT STUDY:

REMEMBER THAT RECORD BREAKING DROUGHT THAT'S STILL LINGERING ACROSS THE WESTERN HALF OF THE U-S. A NEW REPORT SAYS GLOBAL WARMING ISN'T TO BLAME.

MSU IRRIGATION:

DUE TO DROUGHT, MANY FARMERS MADE THE INVESTMENT THIS WINTER TO INSTALL IRRIGATION SYSTEMS. RUNNING THOSE PIVOTS WILL INCREASE YOUR OPERATING COSTS.
THERE ARE TOOLS AVAILABLE TO HELP MAKE IRRIGATION DECISIONS THROUGH-OUT THE GROWING SEASON. IN THIS REPORT FROM MISSISSIPPI STATE, LEIGHTON SPANN TELLS US HOW 'MIST' WORKS.

EPA HEARING:

THE HEARING PROCESS STARTED LAST FOR THE NEXT POTENITAL CHIEF OF THE ENIVRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY. PRESIDENT OBAMA NOMINTED GINA MCCARTHY AS THE NEXT CHIEF. THE NOMINATION QUESTIONS TOOK THE BACK SEAT, AS CONVERSATIONS FOCUSED ON THE MIS-USE OF EMAILS AND INSTANT-MESSAGING TO TRY TO AVOID OPEN-RECORD LAWS. THERE WERE ALSO QUESTIONS ABOUT THE RELEASE OF THOUSANDS OF FARMER'S PERSONAL INFORMATION TO ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST GROUPS. MCCARTHY IS CURRENTLY THE ASISTANT ADMINSTRATOR AT EPA.

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