When deciding what crops to grow during a season, growers look at several factors. Do the crops have a good yield in their area? Does the area currently have the resources — usually water — to grow that crop? Will the crop give a return on the investment? What future effects might growing that crop have on the fields?
In California, growers usually choose warm-season crops, which grow from March to October. However, extension agronomist Stephen Kaffka and his team at the U
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