Expected warm fall eases harvest worries


Despite snowfall around Calgary and some localized frost in parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan last week, forecasters are suggesting that frost damage should not be a prevalent issue for grain and oilseed producers this harvest season.

The mercury dipped as low as -2 C in some parts of Alberta’s Peace River region early Aug. 22. It is unclear how much damage occurred but late emerging crops may have been touched in some areas, said crop specialists at Alberta’s Ag Info . Click to read article.Centre.http://www.producer.com/2015/08/expected-warm-fall-eases-harvest-worries/