Source: Texas Farm Bureau
Extraordinary cool and wet weather continued to bog down all field work and delay corn planting in most of the state, according to a Texas AgriLife Extension Service statewide agronomist.
"February weather was somewhat amazing," said Travis Miller, Ph.D., AgriLife Extension specialist and associate department head of the Texas A&M University soil and crop sciences department.
Miller said that according to Texas A&M climatologists, mean temperatures throughout Texas averaged about 8 degrees below normal for February. Precipitation ranged from 80 percent to 346 percent of normal, but averaged about 150 percent of normal.