How will El Nino impact producers this spring?

When it comes to crop production, the ag sector is always keeping a close eye on weather patterns. One predictive aspect for yields is El Nino, which typically reaches its peak during the late fall or early winter months.

Pioneer Field Agronomist, Jonathan Rotz spoke with RFD-TV’s own Tammi Arender on the impact it will have this spring, yield potentials, and how can producers prepare.

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