This week our footprint witnessed the third largest snowstorm to ever hit our area. The total snowfall at Toledo Express was 14.5”. The largest snowfall ever recorded was 20.2” on March 1, 1900. This much snow may not be common in our area, but when we do get it, it can become very beneficial to the soil and dormant crops.
Here are some of the advantages of snow on your fields:
This year’s snowstorm can prove to be very beneficial for the wheat in the ground, and it will help prepare our soils for the next growing season.