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6:42 You are mistaken. There will be no need for replanting as the soil is not oversaturated. The only thing the rain will do is help the crop emerge and get off to a terrific start!!
hey dude 3 inches of rain on planted corn that hasnt emerged equals another year of replanting unless we have exceptional conditions to get it out of the ground. Once agian you all preach 3 inches of rain then 1 day of sunshine and field conditions are great. It will take 2 weeks of dry agian before anything moves here.
To the idiot that says three inches of rain on corn that's not up is good , you must be a college educated mooron .