With the calendar flipping to 2017, Ontario growers begin to pay a little closer attention to the spring weather forecasts. There is still time but January is the time when the spring itch can start.

In 2016, growers were reminded that average rainfall is not as important as timely rain as growers pushed yields above expectations even on scant moisture.

RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney spoke with World Weather Inc.’s Drew Lerner to get his opinion on the spring forecast for Ontario. Will spring be wet, cold, dry, or ideal?

Enjoy the discussion with everyone’s favourite weather forecaster, Drew Lerner.

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