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Soybeans in Ohio are showing a great deal of variability after a drenching June brought record-breaking rain frequency in central Ohio.
Variability appears to be the name of the game as scouts on the eastern leg of the 2015 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour make their way across Ohio.
People tend to be happy when something meets their expectations. But what about when those expectations are low?
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8/15/2015 Williams County, OH: Crops looking a little better .Starting to get a some roots down deeper than 2 inches .Need rain bad .The nee high corn needs lots of help .Its only 15 of July right . Ready for it to be OVER
8/11/2015 Clark County, OH: This is in Springfield, Ohio corn, highly variable. Was only able to do the west field. There wasn't anywhere for me to take off and land at the other one.
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