Following is a listing of the state of affairs for river-system irrigation supplies and soil moisture in Nebraska so far this spring. This summary is provided by the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and features comments by Nebraska state climatologist Al Dutcher.--Bryce
LINCOLN, Neb. — The state climatologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says planting delays should not be a concern and that temperatures should be on the upswing across the state.
While soil temperatures are still below normal for planting, that problem can be solved if there are persistent 60-degree-and-above-high ...