Source: Brian Cross, Producer.com, April 13, 2018
Cooler-than-normal temperatures, combined with deep snowpack in many parts of Saskatchewan, have many growers anticipating a late and compressed planting season.
If you’re wondering how the spring of 2018 stacks up with other years in terms of temperature, then you might be interested in the following information from the Saskatchewan Research Council in Saskatoon.
According to SRC climate researcher Virginia Wittrock, the month of March was cold.
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