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13:21PM Aug 21, 2019

Pro Farmer West Leg: Rain Falls and Yields Impress in Southwest Iowa

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
While there’s still prevent plant acres to be found, the fields that did get planted are shaping up to be an average crop, and in a year like 2019 that’s
11:45AM Aug 21, 2019

#PFTour19 Offers Hopeful Results Despite Maturity Issues

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor
Scrolling through their social media feeds, farmers might notice more promising results as analysts kick off day three of the Pro Farmer Crop.
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10:39AM Aug 21, 2019

Crop Tour Methods Account for Tip-Back, Short Ears & Other Conditions

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Corn and soybean stands are never perfect—even in a near-perfect year. This year, especially, highlights the need for random sampling when scouts are creating yield estimates.
09:01AM Aug 21, 2019

Crop Tour Scouts Expect Improved Maturity As They Head West

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Crop tour scouts on the eastern leg of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour will make their way through western Illinois and into eastern Iowa today.
07:17AM Aug 21, 2019

Crop Tour From The Rows: Agronomist Look at Indiana

Pro Farmer Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Observations from the Crop Tour agronomist in Indiana.
22:01PM Aug 20, 2019

NASS Crop Chief: Prevent Plant Acres Not Included in Yield Projections

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
USDA NASS Crops Division Chief Lance Honig responds to crop estimate questions from Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts and others.
22:00PM Aug 20, 2019

Crop Tour: Nebraska Soybeans “Average” to “Below-Average”

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
Scouts walking soybean fields are battling more than just tangled beans. Weeds are dominating soybean fields in the Husker state.