2014 Midwest Crop Tour: Indiana Roundup

August 20, 2014 05:03 AM
 
Crop Tour   Indiana soybeans

See the final yield data and from-the-field reports from Indiana, during Day One of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour.



Reports 

Indiana Corn Yields Jump 10.6%, Strong Soybeans Surprise Scouts
On the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, scouts in Indiana say that the numbers could go higher in the weeks to come, depending on the weather.

Will Indiana Crops Have Enough Time?
As of mid-August, corn and soybeans still need between 20 and 45 days to reach maturity.

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Market Rally Radio: Day 2 of the Midwest Crop Tour
Market Rally radio host and Pro Farmer Editorial Director Chip Flory discusses day two findings with Editor Brian Grete.

Strong Yield Potential in Indiana, Nebraska
The second day of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour is showing improved crop health. Here are some reports direct-from-the-field.

Western Indiana Looks Like ‘Sweet-Spot’ for Yields
USDA has predicted Indiana to be one of the nation’s hot-spots, producing over the nation’s national yield average in both corn and soybeans.  

 

Data

Final Yield Results from Indiana
 

Scout Observations

 

For More Information
See full coverage of the 2014 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, hosted by Pro Farmer.

Follow the tour on Twitter with the hash tag #pftour14.

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