It ’s not called the “dry season” for nothing. But for most of Florida, this season has been quite arid, especially when you compare it to last year’s historic wet spell.
In a key decision in the water dispute between Georgia and Florida, a court-appointed special master dismissed Florida’s claim it will suffer if Georgia’s water consumption isn’t curtailed upstream. Read moreRead More »
Southeast Texas agriculture has extensive damage in store from the impact of Harvey-related rain; however, quantifying will take some time, according to Texas A&M Agrilife Communications Specialist Kathleen Phillips. Read moreRead More »