Wind, wet lodging crops in fields

By Ponoka News Staff

The rain may help with moisture concerns but the wind and the wet combined have led to cereal crops lodging in the fields. This will cause farmers concern when it is time to harvest as the value of crops will be affected.

Have your crops been affected by the recent soggy weather? Let us know. Call Ponoka News at 403-783-3311 or email editorial@ponokanews.com.

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