GreenReport: Vegetative Stress Very Evident in Northern Iowa, Southern Minnesota

August 7, 2013 08:33 AM



The Kansas Applied Remote Sensing (KARS) GreenReport Greenness map, that compares vegetative difference to the average for this time of year, reflect a large area of reduced grenness in north central Iowa and southeast Minnesota. Meanwhile, the maps reflected increased greenness compared to the average for early August in South Dakota, eastern Nebraska and much of Indiana and Ohio.


The vegetative condition maps reflects the conditions noted above, with a large lime-green to yellow- and orange-shaded area of northern Iowa and southeast Minnesota that reflects vegetative stress.


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