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Corn is very uneven Soybeans are standing still and just starting 2nd crop hay, everything is 2 weeks behind in need of rain and only getting 1 tenth at a time Corn on what should be my best ground is going to yield the worst and the later stuff looks better but because of the timing of the earlier rains is spotty too holes where the weeds were sprayed late look ugly dose not equate to 172 bushels per acre average maybe lucky to make 125 and lets face it today even if you do have 2 ears on a stalk it will not increase the yield maybe it might actually lower the quality some due to higher moisture and soft kernel's a cob with half the kernels aborted is usually more problems that what they are worth we are lucky to have one reasonable ear Of course we are not the chosen few!
looking at the pic's of the corn,I don't see any double's every one is talking about and it looks like there is some tip back.