This Year Has Been Anything But Normal

August 23, 2017 05:37 AM
 
 

Some agronomists estimate that up to a quarter of the crop in Indiana had to be replanted in 2017. But what impact did the weather challenges of this spring have on the crop? Clinton Griffiths of AgDay traveled with the eastern leg of the 2017 Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour across the Hoosier state to get a first-hand look at the damage, and the potential of this weather-weary crop.

 

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Peter Donahue
Deer Park, WI
8/23/2017 09:05 AM
 

  I would like to know. Why the crop tour fields that they check are not checked after Harvest to see what the actual harvest yield was?

 
 

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