Western Canadian Farmers Keep Fingers Crossed on Open Spring — Drew Lerner

The 2016 harvest seems difficult to forget but it’s time to forget and focus on the spring that lies ahead. It’s bitterly cold across the west this week so it’s hard to think about spring weather, but for anyone that has crop left out in the field you are definitely hoping for an open, dry spring.

At CropSphere this week, they called in the big weather hitter Drew Lerner to call his shot. Shaun asked Drew what he sees happening this spring and what kind of growing season could lie ahead. Enjoy the interview and keep your fingers (and maybe your toes) crossed for an open dry spring so everyone can get the spring work done.

 

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