AgriTreks Ep. 9 – Cotton, Corn & Alfalfa in Casa Grande, Arizona

Rob Saik

This episode of Agri-Treks brings us back to the Casa Grande area of Arizona for a look at some of the biggest crops in that region. It’s an area that ventures on the extreme side when it comes to hot and dry temperatures, but as we mentioned last time, if those heat units can be combined with all the other agricultural necessities, producers can manage a pretty good crop.

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This time around Rob takes a look at some of the Casa Grande regions most prevalent crops; corn, cotton and alfalfa.

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