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Keep Your Crop Comments Coming

June 10, 2013
By: Julianne Johnston, Pro Farmer Digital Managing Editor


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Keep your crop comments coming and include pictures if you are able. Where do things stand in your neck of the woods? Send us your location and comments about fieldwork progress and emergence by clicking on this link. We will not publish names. Comments will be added below.

6/10/13 -- McLean County, Illinois: Rain has gone around and let us plant the corn and soybeans by May 25th. However many neighbors are finishing soybeans today. Corn spraying of herbicides has concluded and 28% N is being applied to 6 leaf corn. The first 20% of our corn is close to knee high and with excellent stands. North of Route 24 the ponds have been large and will need replanting. Soybeans on our farm have good stands except for errors in equipment performance which is very small in less than .01%. Some leaf wind damage has been noted. There no insect damage or herbicide carry over.

6/10/13 -- Grundy County, Iowa: Soils are saturated (again) after another inch of rain yesterday. Corn is about 3 to 4 inches tall and soybeans have not yet emerged. Warmer temps this week should boost crop development, but corn has a tint of yellow.

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