And better hay crops east of the Rocky Mountains mean forage prices should remain moderately priced, barring widespread alfalfa winterkill
While in a vegetative cycle, pruning cuts are quickly healed, leaving none of the open wounds that often lead to winterkill
These loans are available in Dakota, Goodhue, Wabasha, Washington and Winona counties in Minnesota as a result of excessive rain and snow, and multiple periods of thawing and refreezing resulting in winterkill
It measures the risk of winterkill
, that is, yield losses caused by low temperatures during the winter season.
A palustrine wetland in South Dakota had an estimated 2,409 kg/ha of just common carp prior to a winterkill
event (Clark 1990).
They are the spaces without words, the warm snow underneath the cold that stops the winterkill
of roots, the faint presence of burning that hangs in the air before the fire or the sound of birds whose songs have been captured by wind.
Otherwise, if bermudagrass enters winter dormancy burned up and weak, if it is not dead already, it is going to be thin, more weed-infested, and more prone to winterkill
There is still room for prices to go up much higher, if for example the dry conditions in Argentina tend to become a drought, and if we start having problems with winterkill
in the northern hemisphere for the wheat crops,' he said.
Analogs show that rains tend to remain below average this fall, which will hamper crop establishment and make it more susceptible to winterkill
losses," says CWG Chief Operating Officer and meteorologist David Streit.
of hard clams in Great South Bay, NY, 1976-1977.
Spray your broad-leafed evergreens with anti-drying agents to prevent winterkill
There will probably be less winterkill
because late-winter blizzards will no longer wipe out herds by the thousands.