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Cold Weather Delays Field Work

Cold Weather Delays Field Work

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Spring fieldwork is off to a late start. University of Minnesota Extension Climatologist Mark Seeley this is the result of six consecutive months of below normal temperatures and a deep winter frost. Seeley says now is the time farmers are usually beginning to plant corn:

 


Seeley says producers probably won’t be able to begin fieldwork in earnest until the last week of April.

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