With the nice weather expected for the weekend it would be a perfect time to work out in the yard. But many want to know if it's too late to plant flowers or other types of plants.
Soybean farmers finally have been able to return to the fields to begin harvest. But at the end of the day the quality of the soybean seed matters for next year.
Arkansas farmers aren't alone in taking a financial beating because of the weather. The state's cotton gin operators are feeling the effects, too. Arkansas gin operators are being squeezed by less acreage, lower quality seed because of the weather and low prices.
Region 8's Keith Boles spoke with farmers at a Mississippi County Cotton Gin, and will have a live report on Region 8 News at 6.
With the late harvest, plus the increased traffic when the 67/226 interchange opens, drivers and farm operators will need to be extra cautious.