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Corn planting information from Rome Ethredge

Here is some important and useful information for folks that are planning to plant corn in Georgia over the next few weeks. It’s from Rome Ethredge in his Georgia Grain News newsletter. Remember that you can get soil temperature information from the UGA weather network at http://www.georgiaweather.net/?content=tr&variable=XS . Corn Planting…
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Soggy conditions result in flooding and high water levels across central Georgia and beyond

As I was driving across central Georgia today, I could not help but see all the standing water in the fields, even in areas that are normally not wet. The rivers I crossed over were extremely high and in some cases were well above flood stage. So it is no surprise to me that Lake Lanier (and probably other lakes in the area) is at its highest level…
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