NEWS
Weather Favors Seeding Completion
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Jun 6, 2013 12:18 PM CDT

The weather has not been a major hindrance to remaining seeding operations across the Prairies during the recent week or two, but a few periods of rain have delayed farmers at times. Rain and briefly low temperatures have had some impact for crop emergence for some areas, but again the majority of the region has seen minimal impact. Some frost occurred across Manitoba where damage to early-emerged crops is still being assessed across the Interlake region.

May saw temperatures rebound considerably across the Prairies allowing for a much better start to the crop season than it first appeared. Temperatures for ...

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