Sporadic rainfall in the Great Plains did little to help the crop outlook and alleviate drought conditions.
Southwestern Kansas farmer Gary Millershaski says he’s been waiting for some moisture to begin planting, and an inch of rain will help. “Where we’re going to plant some dryland corn and a lot of milo, this is going to help that more than anything.”
He tells Brownfield that was the first time in over a year with moisture, but it won’t help his winter wheat crop.
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