Washington County Update

Much needed rain on Wednesday, April 18, help pastures make a rapid recovery from drought-stress.

The rain has not slowed land preparation for cotton and peanuts. Growers are proceeding at a rapid pace.

Watermelons are ahead or on schedule for an early harvest, and hopefully higher prices. Submitted by Andy Andreason, Washington County Extension Director


Posted: April 20, 2012

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Cotton, Crops, Forage, Panhandle Agriculture, Pasture, Peanut, Rain, Washington County, Weather

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