NEWS
Warmth Favors Canadian Prairies Crops
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jul 12, 2012 11:42 AM CDT

The weather during July has been mostly favorable for crops across Canada's main crop zones. A turn to much warmer temperatures coupled with adequate and still some surplus soil moisture has allowed crops to make excellent advancement.

Most crops are rated as good but across portions of Manitoba there have been some reports of heat stress during the past few days. Some severe weather has been reported during the past couple of weeks resulting in some wind and hail damage across portions of Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Weather patterns across western Canada have provided plentiful rains during the spring and early ...

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