Warmer conditions in Alberta have advanced the seeding process the past two weeks, but most areas are still a week behind normal, according to a provincial crop specialist.
"The last few years we've had cool, wet Mays," said Harry Brook with Alberta's Ag-Info Centre in Stettler. "This year May was cool and wet early on, but it's warmed up. It's compensated quite a bit, but we're still behind by about a week."
Seeding in southern Alberta is done, he added, with the central, northeast and…[Read more]