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Cool, Wet Spring Not So Good for Farmers


Many people are wondering where our warm temperatures are. A cool, wet spring has delayed planning for many crops throughout the state. Doug Stott, the host of "Garden Talk" on KBND, says there have been some positive aspects of the season: “This year is considerably cooler all the way through. The temps have been cooler but at least they've been consistent and we haven't had the dramatic swings 60, 70, 80 degrees that is harder on the plans and harder on the people.” This is the second year in a row, that a cool, wet spring has delayed planting for Oregon farmers.

 

 

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