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Summertime -Dr. Victor Martin

It’s pretty hard not to notice that summer came hard and fast this year. After several years of what for Kansas were cool, wet summers, Mother Nature has reminded us of what our summers can involve. After a brief respite, we are back under drought conditions and as I write this on July 7, there is a slight chance of rain with 100° temps back by Sunday. So where are we cropwise as we enter July?

• Corn, dryland and irrigated, is not only suffering through very hot and dry conditions but it’s late. Typically by now, corn is ...


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