The weather this past summer took the old adage “Don’t like the weather in Ohio, just wait” to a whole new level. The mild temperatures were certainly enjoyable but did not help progress crop development. We reflect on how the summer weather played out and take a look at what farmers can expect over the next few months as harvest begins.
We would rather not have this title for our summer weather outlook but, of all the advances we’ve made in agriculture, controlling the weather is not one of them. Dr. Aaron Wilson joins us to look at what happened this past spring as we moved away from a La Nina. He also provides an outlook for this summer’s growing conditions.
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After a bit of a break, we’re back as Dr. Aaron Wilson joins us for our quarterly weather update. We look back on the warmer winter and what that means for agriculture. We also discuss what spring weather patterns look like and how that may affect planting.
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Dr. Aaron Wilson joins us for our quarterly weather update. We look back on the interesting fall, discuss the upcoming winter storm arriving just in time for Christmas and take a pretty wild guess at what planting season may look like for 2023.
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Hopefully harvest is well underway and crops are drying down but we know that is not the case everywhere. This fall has presented a unique situation with dry but cool weather. What does that mean for the rest of harvest and into winter? Dr. Aaron Wilson, Extension Field Specialist in Ag Weather and Climate, joins us for our quarterly weather update.
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We are a couple of months closer to the grain making part of the growing season than when we heard from Dr. Aaron Wilson last (Episode 93). He provides an update on what weather we are likely to expect this growing season. The west is still facing down a historic drought. What does that mean for us here in the Eastern Corn Belt?
It’s that time of year again. Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us to talk current weather conditions and reveal what forecasts are saying for this spring. We discuss how the fall and winter weather stack up historically and just how much the spring weather is resembling 2019.
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