Jun 4, 2012
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The trouble with too much rain

With over six inches of rain in the past month in many parts of the Upper Midwest, farmers are enduring one of the wettest springs in years. Standing water, washout and hail damage have affected many areas. Some farmers have had to face replanting while others, with standing water, are concerned about the nitrogen that was lost....More
Jun 4, 2012
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Crops off to good start while dry weather persists

It is much easier to have a good finish when one gets off to a good start.  The 2012 corn crop is certainly off to a great start. Our corn was planted early and avoided frost. Today it has a wonderful-looking, uniform stand of healthy plants. Our corn should pollinate before the July heat....More

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