ISU Extension providing farmers with valuable climate data

IARN – All sectors of the Iowa ag industry have been reeling from drought issues for 200 weeks now, and while we are trending in the right direction, the drought won’t be ending overnight. With such intense rainfall deficits in many parts of the state, farmers need guidance on how to work within the current climate. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach recently hired Madelynn Wuestenberg as its new agricultural climatology specialist in order to help guide farmers with data and information on Iowa’s climate patterns.

Read more at Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network.



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