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good chance you will never see late planted corn yield like it did last year. You just usually see the cool temps prevail like last year, a week of 90 degree weather can cut alot of bushels in a hurry verses temps that barely reach 80 degrees, that's a little unusual, weather made the 2009 crop not the hybrids.
Thousands of corn acres need replanted around here. No soybeans in the ground. Almost a copy of 2 previous years, early planting getting costly.
Doesnt matter corn can be replanted and still make 165 bushel in corn belt or even more. Heard of one guy replanted in July and he still go l87 bushel corn in corn belt.