Good Prairie Harvest Weather Returns
Doug Webster DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:01 AM CDT

The snow, wind, and low temperatures of last week certainly put a damper on this year's crop and harvest across Western Canada. The wet, cold conditions certainly raised concern about loss in crop quality across much of the region. Frost and freezing weather were more common across Alberta and Saskatchewan where some damage occurred to immature crops. Manitoba also received some crop damage, but frosts were of short duration and were not as widespread as areas further to the west.

Hopefully much of the bad news for this year's crop is behind us as we now move into a much ...

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