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Agriculture and the Insect Dilemma Part III

First, let’s discuss last week’s precipitation a bit. The area received rainfall at the beginning of last week. Western Kansas and much of our area received significant rainfall and areas to the south of Barton County were under a flood watch for a bit. Amounts locally appeared to range for around an inch to over four inches. This certainly helps but doesn’t eliminate for many acres a lack of soil moisture. The top part of the soil profile is in pretty good shape for most but subsoil moisture in many places is short. This is enough to ...


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