NEWS
Good Prairie Harvest to Resume
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Sep 26, 2013 08:34 AM CDT

Harvest progress has slowed during recent days as low pressure and its associated rains crossed Western Canada's crop region. Cooler weather has also moved in, but is still a little on the mild side of normal. Frosts have become a little more common during the past week, but some areas have yet to see a season-ending frost or freeze, despite being at the end of September.

Rainy and somewhat windy weather across the eastern Prairies today will make an exit by Friday. This will allow stalled harvest operations to begin to ramp up again during the weekend. Drier weather has ...

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