Web Analytics Row crops on target for average to above average yields

Timely rains and moderate temperatures this summer laid the groundwork for an average to above-average crop season this year.

While growers remain optimistic, history has shown there’s still time for problems to develop. One tropical system could flood fields, drown crops and delay harvesting.

“We are sitting on pins and needles,” Calhoun County Clemson Extension Agent Charles Davis said. “We could have a great crop and be in danger of losing it all.”

Read the full article on The Times and Democrat.

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