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Fri Jul 31, 2015 01:52 PM CDT

From Alberta Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

Alberta Crop Conditions as of July 28, 2015

The continuation of moderate temperatures combined with widespread shower activity throughout the province have placed crops are under less stress and crop condition ratings have stabilized at 30% rated good or excellent. The precipitation received this week has provided modest improvements to soil moisture ratings. Surface moisture ratings increased 2 points to 32% rated good or excellent and subsoil ratings improved 4 percentage points to 29% rated good or excellent. Most crops have completed their reproductive stage with only a small amount of late-seeded crop ...

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