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Wet Weather Could Slow Planting, Increase Risk of Disease

Wet weather is causing problems for farmers in many parts of the country, including the Southeast. This article from AgWeb reminds us of some of the ways that the wet planting conditions can adversely affect newly planted crops. Of course, with really wet soil it’s even hard to just get into the fields to get the planting done without messing up the soil, so don’t start until you are sure you will not damage the soil structure by compacting it. You can read more here.

Source: AgWeb