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Rainfall: This week has been another wet week in our area, with rain Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday so far. We have seen anywhere between 1 inch and 3 inches, depending on location.
Corn: The corn is highly variable, depending on planting date. The earliest planted fields (April 18-25) are looking very good, and most have tasseled. Some fields are showing variability due to drainage as well. The replant fields are starting to look good, with most having additional nitrogen applied, and plenty of moisture. They are growing very rapidly now, if they don’t have too much standing water.
Soybeans: Soybeans are variable depending on planting date as well. Some are flowering and about to canopy, while others are just a few weeks out of the ground. Slow row closure will continue to create weed issues throughout the season.
Other: Japanese beetles have been out in full force this year, in both corn and soybean fields. With this hot and humid weather, there are some diseases popping up in most fields. Just a few fields have shown wind damage thus far.
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