Lack of moisture could mean reduced yields for P.E.I. farmers
While P.E.I.'s recent stretch of hot, dry weather has been great for playing outdoors – it is starting to worry farmers.
July 21, 2017 By The Guardian
“We’re getting a little stressed,” said John Hogg of Klondike Farms in Wilmot Valley. “The crops are holding to date … but we need some rain soon.”
The capital city has received 20.4 mm of precipitation so far in July. The average for the month is around 80 mm. | READ MORE
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