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Missouri CropWatch, Drew Mizer, Central

Missouri CropWatch, Drew Mizer, Central

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Drew Mizer

Drew Mizer is a fourth-generation farmer in Saline County, raising corn and soybeans. He farms with his dad and uncle. 

April 12, 2021

The beginning of the week was off to a good start with a few planters getting started in the fields planting corn and soybeans. Wednesday brought a lot of rain and continuing into the weekend, dropping over 4 inches total in my area.

April 5, 2021

Last week the weather was cool and windy with no precipitation, allowing farmers to get back in the field by midweek. A lot of farmers are finishing fertilizer applications and anhydrous. There are a few guys starting to work ground and plant for this upcoming week. Planting progress might be short lived as there is rain moving in Wednesday and Thursday.


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