Harvest Floods A Concern

Harvest Floods A Concern

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Flooding affected spring planting this year, and now, it could make harvest a challenge too.

DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist Bryce Anderson says he has seen ‘firsthand’ what’s going on and thinks it will impact farmers working to get crops out of the field. He also worries a lot of precipitation this winter could mean challenges ahead of next spring.

He says the peak flood levels have likely passed in most areas, but there's still too much water overwhelming farm country.

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