Arizona Agri-Weekly: all weather stations at below normal rainfall

March 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;3/27/2012, p5
The article presents the Arizona Agri-Weekly report from the National Agricultural Statistics Service Field Office in Phoenix, Arizona, released on March 26, 2012, that found mostly fair to good conditions for alfalfa, active cotton planting, and below normal precipitation in all weather stations.


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