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Friday, October 2, 2020
Source: Des Moines Register; October 1, 2020
Hit by too much rain, then drought, a derecho and the pandemic, Iowa farmers roll into a harvest unlike any before Read More…
Source:; September 30, 2020
Downward blueberry price pressure will likely continue at the waning shoulders of theseason in the U.S. market during 2020-21, according to a new report by Rabobank. Read More…
Source: Lincoln Journal Star; September 28, 2020
According to the Fourth National Climate Assessment, a collaboration of 13 federal agencies, agricultural productivity in central and eastern Nebraska may fall by 50% toward the end of the century, although it would increase in the higher and cooler western half of the state. Read More…
Source: The Washington Post; September 25, 2020
A glut of wine against a soft market. A record-setting hot, dry year. A pandemic depleting sales by forcing restaurants across the nation to close and keeping tourists away. Lightning storms igniting an apocalyptic wave of wildfires up and down the West Coast. Winemakers and grape growers wondering what crisis might strike next. Read More…
Source: AP News; September 25, 2020
After a career making shipping containers that transport freight around the world, Arthur Lee has stayed with them in retirement, using them to raise crops and fish. Read More…
Source: Wine Enthusiast; September 23, 2020
When it comes to wine produced in the South, don’t judge a book by its cover. Beyond the highway billboards that advertise fruit wines, you’ll find small, independent producers that craft wines that hold up against counterparts in more established markets. Read More…
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