RealWeatherWatch – Ontario Growers May See “The Best of Times” – David Phillips

Timing is everything in agriculture, especially when it comes to rain and sunshine. This year in Ontario, that timing on average seems to be right on the money. This growing season around a large portion of Ontario, farmers were able to get a crop in early and watch that crop take advantage of heat and timely rain. The question now is, will it last through to harvest?

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In this episode of the RealWeatherWatch, David Phillips of Environment Canada looks at this growing season in Ontario and compares it to prior years. According to Phillips, the forecast is never 100 percent, but this year holds the potential for Ontario growers to see the best of times.

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