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NASS Texas Crop Condition and Progress, Sept 11, 2018

A cold front brought lower temperatures and significant rainfall to many areas of Texas, last week. Precipitation in several districts ranged from 2 inches up to 5 inches, with isolated areas in the Edwards Plateau, South Central Texas and the Upper Coast getting upwards of 10 inches of rain. There were 5.0 days suitable for fieldwork. Producers were concerned with the detrimental effects of too much rain on unharvested cotton, alfalfa and rice. Even though pastures were doing better in many areas, cattle producers in southern parts of the state continued providing supplement feed to their animals. The rains replenished some stock tanks, but many others were in need of more moisture. Small wildfires were reported in the Northern High Plains. Pasture and range condition was rated 66 percent fair to poor. Read more…

Sep 11, 2018 General Discussion