There has been a lot of talk about the impact of the drought on the Ontario corn crop, but the fact is that not all of the Ontario crop was hit by the extremely dry conditions. Some areas of Ontario actually received timely rains that, coupled with the high temperatures, will look to give producers in those areas an amazing crop.
In this episode of the Corn School, Peter Johnson of OMAFRA gives viewers a breakdown of crop conditions across Ontario for a clearer picture of the state of the Ontario corn crop and what may be the potential yield for some Ontario farmers.
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