BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Maryland Department of Agriculture announced this week a second extension of the planting deadline for farmers who signed up for grants to plant fall cover crops through the Maryland Agricultural Water Quality Cost-Share (MACS) Program.

“Due to wet field conditions, MDA has announced a second planting extension for farmers planting qualifying cover crops of wheat, spelt, rye, and triticale,” they wrote on Twitter.

Farmers now have until December 1 to plant qualifying cover crops of wheat, spelt, rye, and triticale in their fields.

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CBS Baltimore Staff

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