Wet, cold spring causing concern for farmers

Usually by mid-May, Jay Gordon said he has about half of his corn planted.

GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, Wash. — Jay Gordon’s family has been farming in Grays Harbor County since 1872. Gordon said the 2022 harvest could be the worst.

“We’re probably going to have this cold and wet at least through July,” said Gordon.

Usually, by mid-May, Gordon said he has about half of his corn planted.

He hasn’t put any seeds in the ground this year.

“The corn seeds are sitting in the barn. The grass seeds are sitting in the barn. The barley seeds are sitting in

→ Continue reading at King 5

Similar Articles


Most Popular

Firefox can now automatically remove tracking from URLs

Mozilla's latest Firefox browser release has a new feature that prevents sites like Facebook from tracking you across websites, Bleeping Computer has reported. Called...

Cancun’s Hotel Zone And The City Center To Be Connected By New Bridge

The Mexican government has announced the construction of a new bridge to connect Cancun’s hotel zone with the city center. The mega-bridge is expected...

Sony has another PlayStation 5 restock you can queue up for right now

Yesterday was a pleasant surprise on the PlayStation 5 console restock front. Sony opened up a public queue for PS5 consoles, and unlike many...