El Nino conditions affect competitor crop countries

Curious listeners sat in on a seminar given by Agricultural Extension Climatologist Al Dutcher during December’s Nebraska Power Farming Show to be educated on just what the phenomenon known as El Nino really is and what it means for Midwestern agriculture.
According to Dutcher, this weather phenomenon could have a large impact on crops, locally and globally, and it all starts with weather patterns popping up in competitor countries.

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