A product specialist with Helena says corn in the path of the Midwest derecho in late June could still have yield potential. Brad Hammes, based in Iowa, tells Brownfield he was scouting fields in parts of northern Missouri when the derecho hit and was... Read More.
Severe storms moved through Missouri Thursday causing damage to crops and buildings, but also bringing much needed rains to some areas. This was part of the derecho that moved across the Midwest bringing 80 miles-per-hour winds, hail and tornadoes. Michael Phillips from Clark County, in... Read More.
A severe weather system that swept through a large section of central Illinois Thursday damaged some crops while bringing much needed rain to others. Marty Marr grows corn and soybeans in Sangamon, Morgan and Logan counties and tells Brownfield an isolated section of their... Read More.
A principal atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions says the line of storms that moved through the Midwest damaging crops and farm buildings on Thursday is a confirmed derecho. The National Weather Service says a derecho is a line of intense, widespread and fast-moving... Read More.