A climatologist says a delayed start to planting is possible for portions of the Corn Belt this year.
In a spring outlook, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is calling for a wet spring and improved drought conditions following decent snowfall this winter in many areas.
Dennis Todey with USDA’s Midwest Climate Hub tells Brownfield there’s a chance of flooding in the north.
“We’re really not sure at this point how much moisture has entered the soil.
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