The drought of 2012 is still fresh in the mind of many American farmers. As many get closer to the beginning of plant 2013, everyone has their fingers crossed that another drought does not wreak havoc on this year’s corn and soybean crop. Recent cool wet weather (in some cases snow) has pushed back planting, but many want the moisture — they’d just rather it come after planting so that seed can get in the ground.
RealAgriculture.com’s Shaun Haney spoke to Drew Lerner, World Weather Incorporated, about the spring 2013 forecast and what producers in the U.S. Midwest can expect for the 2013 growing season.
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