2013 Iowa Crop Update

September 9, 2013
ICM News

Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State University professor of ag meteorology, gave a production update on Market Journal Television, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Sept. 6, speaking about Iowa’s corn and soybean crops. Taylor described the difficult growing season for the state’s farmers and how an early frost could impact production. View the eight-minute video here.

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Elwynn Taylor Professor of Ag Meteorology

Dr. S. Elwynn Taylor is the extension climatologist at Iowa State University, and is well known for his analysis of weather influence on the Midwest. He is widely recognized for his clear explanations of the complexities of long-term weather variability. Before moving to Iowa in 1979, he was a me...