Brownfield Ag Weather Today

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Across the Corn Belt, last week’s rain has boosted topsoil moisture in some previously dry areas of the Corn Belt—but generally arrived too late to benefit maturing corn and soybeans. On the Plains, producers in North Dakota and portions of neighboring states continue to monitor the impact of the unusually early (September 8-9) freezes on immature corn and other late-planted summer crops. In the West, the threat of new wildfires has diminished mainly due to lighter winds, but many active fires continue to exhibit erratic behavior. Thick smoke continues to degrade air quality in portions of the Pacific Coast States.

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