Southern Manitoba has had its fair share of severe weather in the past few weeks. Strong winds and heavy rainfall have laid down large patches of some crops that had advanced very well in their growth up to that point. Pam de Rocquigny, provincial cereal crops specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, talks about what producers can expect from their crops if lodging has occurred and what chance it has of getting back up again.
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