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Crop Progress 04/02: Washington remained cool while planting progressed

From NASS There were 5.5 days suitable for field work last week. Pasture and range conditions were reported at 4 percent very poor, 15 percent poor, 50 percent fair, 29 percent good and 2 percent excellent. A low temperature of 22 degrees F was reported in the northeast region, while a high temperature of 69 was reported in the southeast ... Read More »

Crop progress report 03/18: A normal month for Washington

From NASS The statewide temperature differential for the month of March ranged from 4° F below to 2° F above normal. A low temperature was reported at 10° F in the northeast region. A high temperature was reported at 74° F in the western region. Washington had a normal March in terms of moisture and average temperature. Snow accumulation looked ... Read More »

February’s crop progress report for Washington state

From NASS The first half of February was warmer than normal while the second half of the month was much colder than normal. Most of the state experienced large drops in temperatures, with some regions reporting temperatures having dropped to single digits during the night. Some regions even reported temperatures dropping down to as far as -14 degrees F. Meanwhile, ... Read More »