San Angelo Standard-Times, Texas Jerry Lackey column
|By Jerry Lackey, San Angelo Standard-Times, Texas|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
From 3 to 6 inches of rain fell east of
Schnell said some freezes delayed planting in some areas, as well as some late freezes that damaged corn in the northern Blacklands and resulted in replanting of other crops.
On a trip through northeast
Wheat damaged by the late freeze as April ended is being baled from
He said after insurance adjusters have appraised a crop, farmers have the option to leave some strips so they can use it before it is disastered out for hay purposes or grazing.
The county agents reported soil moisture as fair in
Topsoil moisture in
For those of us on a bus trip to
A brochure reports catfish in
More than 750,000 trout are stocked there each year.
Unlike my Lackey ancestors who would rather fish than eat, I want to eat fish already caught. I enjoyed a trout at a window table at Joe's Crab Shack on the shore of
About 66 percent of
The state's Menfro soil has a dark brown silt loam surface layer and covers 780,000 acres in
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