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Rains Force Early Finish for South Georgia Specialty Crops

By Pam Knox

While most farmers this year have been grateful for the transition to a rainier pattern after a dry June, it has caused some problems for farmers. Hot temperatures and saturated soils meant an early end to pollination and the early end of the squash and cucumber seasons. The wet soil also hindered harvest of some crops. You can read more in Specialty Crop Industry at https://specialtycropindustry.com/rains-force-early-finish-for-south-georgia-specialty-crops/ .

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Source : uga.edu

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