Cooler temps help relieve crop stress in eastern Nebraska
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Cooler temps help relieve crop stress in eastern Nebraska

Nebraska Extension educator Keith Glewen, who is based in eastern part of the state, says cooler temperatures in August have been good for crops.

“Overall the crop is probably doing better now than it was two weeks ago when we had that tremendously hot weather,” Glewen says. “There’s much less stress on it with these 60 degree nighttime temperatures and then, of course, the 70’s and low 80’s during the day. We’re getting a lot less stress on things.”

Glewen says non-irrigated crops are going to need another shot or two of rain.

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