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Stu Ellis talks climate change, weather patterns, and potential changes in planting in this week’s column in the Herald & Review. Changing weather patterns means farmers will have to do what they’ve always done: adapt. Weather experts’ long-term models and research “indicates a longer weather window will be open in March, and a second one in June to allow for planting to be achieved. April and May will be too wet to plant,” Ellis said

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