World Weather Incorporated Senior Agricultural Meteorologist Drew Lerner offered an optimistic view for the 2023 Midwest crop. “Most likely, the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest will have a fairly good growing season.” Lerner sees the potential for a ridge of high pressure to build in the central part of the country, which could dry out a portion of the Cornbelt and High Plains. Lerner was featured at the Premium Ag Solutions Ag Day at Hitterdal, Minnesota.
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