Meteorologists say “favorable weather,” which includes timely rains and little extreme heat, might stick around for a while in most of the Corn Belt, especially to the East.
There are a couple of systems which will move from West to East this week. AgDay Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says rain will come with it.
While the remnants of Hurricane Cristobal drench much of the eastern U.S., USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey has his eye on signs of drought in the Plains.
Today on Farm Journal Live USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey gives insight into the weather outlook for the remainder of the 2020 growing season, including some growing drought concern.
Social media revealed planters rolling across the Midwest on Monday, however some weak storm systems could quickly push some farmers out of the fields.
The 2020 spring planting season is starting soggy, which is less than encouraging for farmers, but with 2019 close in the rear-view and means farmers know how to quickly adapt.
This week we'll be taking a look at some of the weather, water and climate-related issues facing farmers as spring planting is set to begin. Today we start with the