Many areas of the Southeast received very heavy rain in the storm earlier this week. In Georgia, I have heard reports of up to 7 inches or even more in a few isolated locations. Since there is not much growing right now, that heavy rain has likely caused problems on some farm fields with erosion and nutrient loss. This story below from Morning Ag Clips describes some of the issues that more frequent heavy rain can cause and methods that farmers can use to help protect their soil.

Study: Extreme Rainfall Increases Ag Nutrient Runoff, Conservation Strategies Can Help | Morning Ag Clips

Flooding from heavy rain, Iron Horse Farm, UGA, in Penfield GA on 1/9/2024.