Every growing season, Mother Nature provides storylines, and this year is no exception, according to a Planalytics report. Statistically speaking, the March through August 2016 period is turning out to be one of the warmest – and wettest – in the 122 years that the National Weather Service has been maintaining records.
Planalytics said U.S. agriculture has fared well during this period, with some of the highest-yielding wheat, corn and soybean crops ever.
“The El Niño event,
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