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"It was a worse case scenario. Everyone was racing to get virtually everything planted in a 10 day window when the first heavy rain of the month hit. At that time fields were all recently tilled and planted and were especially vulnerable to erosion and nutrient runoff," Rankin said. "A lot of farmers tried to replant fields after those early June rains and flooding. But, of course, those areas re flooded.
Rankin said that wet weather has kept farmers from making first and second crop hay. Statewide, 89 percent of the hay crop was in good to excellent condition, the report noted, but weeks of wet weather has kept farmers from finishing cutting their first hay of the season.
up for local farmers. Taking advantage of a break in what seemed like an endless stream of rain at the end of May, farmers raced to get their crops into the ground. Now they can only watch helplessly as emerging plants in low lying areas drown in pools of water left behind by strong June thunderstorms. Department of Agriculture.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Ben Herzog said a perfect storm of factors contributed to a rainy June.
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Crops trying to thrive in soggy fields have also shown signs of distress. When the soil becomes saturated it loses the nitrogen fertilizer that's available for the plants to grow. If it stays this wet, farmers won't be able to get back in the fields to reapply the nitrogen.
In addition to dampening the outlook for a bountiful crop, the lack of hot, humid weather has also impacted plant growth.
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Many wonder when they will have enough dry weather to get hay out of the fields.
"We just had the right combination of air masses and mechanisms to lift the air up over the area which resulted in a lot of thunderstorms rolling through the area," Herzog said.
hay, there has been major delays in weed control," Rankin said.
"From a growing perspective we're also behind on normal heat units," Rankin said.
"I don't think there's anyplace in Fond du Lac County that has really escaped the wrath of these rainfalls," Rankin said. "Everyone's had a tough run at it."Rankin said the soil has been saturated by 8 to 10 inches of rain in June which has created a "laundry list" of negative impacts. While corn and second crop hay are growing rapidly, 21 percent of the corn crop statewide was reported in fair or poor condition, according to the Agriculture Department report.
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"At this stage of the game there will be a lot of areas that farmers will have to write off and use crop insurance to help cover some of those losses."
Fond du Lac County Crops and Soils Agent Mike Rankin said damage caused by the rain is widespread and has left a swath of damage across the county.
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