Winter drought may spell disaster for Saskatchewan farmers
Last year was the fifth driest year on record in Saskatoon. It was the second driest in in Regina. In Moose Jaw, it was the worst it’s ever been.
By relying on sub-soil moisture, farmers across the Saskatchewan find themselves with little to no stored moisture to draw from for the coming season, and the lack of snow this winter hasn’t helped. | READ MORE
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February 6, 2018 By Global News