Recent Rains May Not Be Enough to Save Crops in South Georgia

By: Caroline Gonzmart Email
By: Caroline Gonzmart Email

Agents say July has brought about two and a half inches of moisture to farmers growing soybeans, cotton and peanuts.

They say while most crops are doing better, those planted in dry conditions might still be lost.

The full scale of losses will be seen during harvest time which starts in late September.


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