2016 Crop Outlook
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Corn and soybean crops in SW Iowa are generally in good to excellent condition. Corn ranges from waist high to chest high and is in a very rapid state of development. All corn has been post-sprayed and weed control is good. Most corn is nearing or at canopy which should provide weed control for the… Read more »
All corn acres are planted and/or replanted and are generally in good condition. Upland farms look great but excess moisture has stressed bottomland farms. Nearly all of our soybeans are planted and in good condition. However there are some acres on the Missouri River bottoms that have yet to be planted. With warm and dry… Read more »
Heavy rains across a wide portion of SW Iowa and Eastern Nebraska have halted corn planting. Many areas have received well over 3″ of rain over the past week. Field conditions are saturated and will take several good drying days to be ready to plant again. With more rain in the forecast for this weekend… Read more »
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Corn planting is just getting underway in SW Iowa. Soil temperatures are cool but warming quickly with the warm weather this week. Corn planting should continue for the next 2-3 weeks based upon weather. Soybeans will start being planted around May 5th.