August 28, 2008 07:30 AM


Agriculture's New Water Marks

Farm Journal Coverage
The following stories appeared in the Summer 2008 and September 2008 issues.

A Raging River Recedes in Defeat
by Charles Johnson
The spirit of volunteerism and farmer ingenuity triumphs in the Fabius River Drainage District

When Rain Pours Down
by Jeanne Bernick
Flooding and a widespread soggy spring etch new water marks for agriculture

Web Extra: The Flood Fight with a Happy Ending

Drought Saps Crops
by Charles Johnson
In a spring of extreme weather, much of the South and West is parched, leaving crops thirsty

Storm Clouds
by Margy Fischer
Learn what was behind the wild weather of spring 2008

The Road to Recovery
by Charles Johnson
The hustle to restore transportation infrastructure

TLC for Late Crops
by Pam Henderson Smith
Help your crops tough out this tough season

Helpline: A Roller Coaster of Emotions
By Jonathan D. Finck, LCSW

Top Producer Coverage
The following stories appeared in the Summer 2008 and September 2008 issues.

After the Flood
by John Russnogle
John Gill of Missouri faced his own flood 15 years ago, and tells how he recovered his fields.

Injury and Insult
by Greg Vinent
Producers manage through drought and floods

Web Extra: SURE Strategies In the Face of Disaster

Cash Contract Woes?
by Linda H. Smith
Crop short? Straight talk is your first line of defense

Ripple Effect
by Jeanne Bernick
Flood's impact on ethanol still uncertain

Transportation Tangle
by Charles Johnson
Some farmers find market roads impassable

Web Extra: Additional Reports

AgWeb Flood Coverage
Flood 2008 Coverage

AgWeb Slideshow: Flooding in the Midwest

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