Fall is the time to replenish soil moisture levels. “There’s definitely a need for recharge and the sooner we get it done, the better we’ll be,” said Drew Lerner, senior ag meteorologist, World Weather Incorporated. “I don’t see bitter cold coming for a while so that will allow us to go several weeks and get some moisture for recovery.” During Thursday’s Red River Farm Network forum at the Big Iron Farm Show, Lerner said he does not expect a killing freeze for another ten days-to-two weeks.
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