Late-season weather saves corn harvest in southwestern Ontario
A surprise late-season rally has rescued Southwestern Ontario’s vital corn crop. But not everyone has done well in the region, one of the nation’s richest farm belts and one where corn is one of the biggest crops.
Some areas, especially north of London, have lower yields and quality problems due to the shortened season and not enough rain.
An agronomist says about half of the corn crop has been harvested but the first snow of the season last Thursday idled the combines especially in areas north and west of London. | READ MORE
November 13, 2017 By Hank Daniszewski The London Free Press