The flood persists into a new growing season
The flood of 2019 left major damage in Carroll County, Mo. It didn't just flood 66,000 acres, but the water caused three major levee breaches that one local community spent
After an extremely wet year in 2019, farmers in many states should expect at least a moderate risk of flooding this spring. This includes some of the top corn- and
Busted grain bins still sit outside of White Cloud, Kansas; the rotting grain is a reminder of how devastating the flood of 2019 is for farmers and residents. Now farmers
No one wants to face another tough season like 2019, but the truth is it’s good to be prepared for weather challenges before planting gets underway—just in case.
Fertility, weed control and cover crop management should be top of mind
According to the National Weather Service, farmers in the Midwest and eastern U.S. can expect above-normal precipitation in March, April and May. The Southwest and West are expected to see