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The High Plains has finally recorded its first, widespread freeze, which will set the stage for producers to make their final push toward completing the 2021 harvest.According to reports gathered from around the area it appears the region is rapidly closing in on the finish line and could be as much as 75-80 percent finished by Thanksgiving. Favorable weather has been a primary reason for the rapid progress that growers achieved over the past few weeks.Even though this most recent cold front dropped nighttime temperatures below freezing this week it did not bring a significant chance for rainfall that would ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

P.O. Box 710
Lamesa, TX 79331