It has been hot, hot, hot! Brownfield says crops in our state aren’t doing so good. Convos with farmers from Kansas, Kentucky and Nebraska have told me we aren’t the only ones with that problem.
I wasn’t surprised when I went home and saw a lot of dry crops. Some of our soybeans aren’t even out of the ground. The only thing that looked somewhat decent were these oats growing in the field south of the house. I don’t know much about the crop so I can’t really tell you much.
The color sure is pretty, though. A nice change from the usual green photos.
- A cereal plant cultivated in cool climates and used for animal feed and human consumption.
- The edible grain of the plant below.