Researchers discuss crop status at Agronomy Day
SHABBONA – Those in the farming industry got an idea Tuesday of what to expect this growing season, and much of the information centered on the state’s lack of rain.
“This has been the year to make us forget 1988 in the state,” said Emerson Nafziger, agronomist with the University of Illinois Extension, referring to the drought that year.
Agronomy Day drew 110 people to the University of Illinois’ Northern Illinois Agronomy Research Center in Shabbona.
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