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21:45PM Aug 21, 2019

Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour: Is Iowa The Sweet Spot?

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
AgDay National Reporter Betsy Jibben traveled along a route in Western Iowa through Pottawattamie and Harrison Counties and checked it out with the Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts.
20:00PM Aug 21, 2019

Crop Tour Day 3: Illinois Corn and Soybeans Yields Take a Nosedive

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
As Pro Farmer Crop Scouts made their way through Illinois it was a sorry sight. The state that normally boasts bin-busting crops is falling short—and by a substantial margin.
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18:55PM Aug 21, 2019

Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour: Illinois is the Tale of Two Crops

It's the tale of two crops in Illinois this year: what was planted early and what was planted late. Scouts so a variable crop, from maturity to yield, on the
18:14PM Aug 21, 2019

Iowa Showcases “Better than Expected” Corn and Soybeans

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
As Sumner, Iowa, farmer Marty Tegtmeier made his way from Nebraska City east toward Des Moines, he was pleasantly surprised by what he saw.
17:13PM Aug 21, 2019

‘Variability’ is the Phrase of the Day in the I-States

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
As Pro Farmer Crop Tour scouts make their way through Iowa and Illinois they’re seeing maturity and yields all over the board.
16:45PM Aug 21, 2019

Crop Tour: Inconsistency Plagues Illinois Crops

Anna-Lisa Laca
Online and Business Editor
Scouts on the eastern leg of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour made their way through Illinois today.
16:00PM Aug 21, 2019

Preliminary Route Report from Western Tour Leader Jeff Wilson

Pro Farmer Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Corn plant health is pretty good. Starting to see a bit of disease slip in. Some of these rains could cause some late-season grain-fill problems.