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Dry Week Aids Harvest Progress

first_img SHARE Harvest was back in full swing last week thanks to the dry and cool weather throughout most of the state, according to Greg Matli, State Statistician, USDA NASS, Indiana Field Office. Below average temperatures brought reports of frost in the northern part of the state, with some areas reporting the first snowfall of the season as well.The average temperature for the week was 44.7 degrees, 7.8 degrees below normal for the State. The amount of rainfall varied from 0.02 to 0.95 inches during the week. The statewide average precipitation was 0.20 inches. There were 5.2 days available for fieldwork for the week ending October 21.Growers were able to make significant progress on corn and soybean harvests as fields dried out. High winds in the north and central parts of the state resulted in reports of corn damage in some fields. Livestock were reported in good condition, aided by continued pasture growth, particularly in the central and southern parts of the state. Winter wheat planting remained slightly ahead of schedule compared to previous years. Other activities for the week included fall tillage, hauling grain, and planting cover crops.Source: USDA NASS Great Lakes Region Home Indiana Agriculture News Dry Week Aids Harvest Progress Facebook Twitter Dry Week Aids Harvest Progress SHARE By Hoosier Ag Today – Oct 22, 2018 Facebook Twitter Previous articlePerdue Promises Five Percent Budget Cut as part of Trump PlanNext articleHigh Winds Lodging More Corn Hoosier Ag Todaylast_img read more

Five things you need to know today, Jan. 25

first_img Take a look at the news in and around Odessa on Thursday, Jan. 25. Find complete local news coverage in the Odessa American every day, online at oaoa.com and our daily E-Edition at myoaoa.com.1. Odessa City Council members continued to debate the merits of adding a new at-large council member and giving the mayor a vote but focused their concerns Tuesday on geographical representation on the board as a May special election on the changes appears increasingly likely.2. Ector County deputies took a man into custody Tuesday after he attempted to evade deputies in a vehicle reaching speeds of 100 miles per hour before crashing into a utility pole.3. A man is facing felony charges after a 16-year-old girl reported someone stole her phone and backpack, at one point feared for her life.4. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin ranked 25th among the most affordable colleges for online programs for 2018, according to the SR Education Group.5. IN SPORTS: The Permian girls soccer team was victorious on the road Tuesday, taking down Lubbock Coronado 4-2 at Coronado High School. The Odessa High girls soccer team knew it needed to quickly fix a few things after its shutout loss against San Angelo Central Friday. Twitter Facebook WhatsApp OC employee of the year always learning Local News Five things you need to know today, Jan. 25 Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Previous articleCouncil debates board changesNext articleOPD names Cpl. Tyler Rodgers as Officer of the Month for January admin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORcenter_img ECISD undergoing ‘equity audit’ Pinterest A female snowy owl perches on a utility pole the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 24, 2018, in the parking lot of the Discount Tire on TX-191 Frontage. Snowy owls are native to Artic regions of North America and Eurasia and a rare sight in Texas. When snowy owls are spotted outside the Arctic they inhabit areas that mimic a tundra, like agricultural fields, dunes, and airports.The snowy owl is known to be one of the largest species of owl and is on average the heaviest owl species in North America. By admin – January 25, 2018 2021 SCHOOL HONORS: Permian High School Home Local News Five things you need to know today, Jan. 25 Pinterest Hawaiian Roll Ham SlidersUpside Down Blueberry Pie CheesecakeVirgin Coco MojitoPowered By 10 Sec Mama’s Deviled Eggs NextStay last_img read more