By Terry Kovarik
KEWAUNEE, WI (Terry Kovarik) — Corn crops in Door and Kewaunee Counties are showing the effects of a long summer dry spell and heavy rains brought by last week’s severe storms. Those were the initial findings of the annual corn drying held Wednesday by the Kewaunee County U-W Extension office. Ag agent Erika Bjurstrom says the samples show how weather will impact harvest times.
The corn drying test had been scheduled for later in September. Bjurstrom says it was rescheduled in light of the summer dry spell.