By James Rogers, The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
If you have not started preparing for the season, start now with a look at potential weather conditions. According to a U.S. Seasonal Drought Outlook prediction model at this writing for a period that ends Sept. 30, temperatures may be slightly above normal and precipitation near normal. If this holds up, soil temperatures should be warm with moisture available, leading to rapid emergence once we get the seed in the ground.
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