Dec 6, 2022
According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, more than 80% of Texas has been facing drought conditions most of the year, and some areas for much longer. Prolonged drought can lead to crop loss, heat stress and limited feed availability for livestock, as well as increased risk of wildfires. In this episode we discuss drought conditions: how to help mitigate them, what does drought mean for your crops and soil health, and how does is impact carbon sequestration. Our guest are Texas-based agronomist Travis Kidd and Nebraska-based science agronomist John Shanahan.
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