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Strategies for Late-planting: Small Grains and Corn

Farm Flooding

This year’s planting progress is 17 days behind the five-year average (2006-2010). This means that producers will have to make some decisions about what to plant and figure out how the shortened growing season will affect yield potential and profitability. Some answers to those questions are in this week’s Crop and Pest Report. Not receiving the weekly Crop and Pest Report? It’s easy to subscribe.

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