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Indiana corn and soybeans need rain

Indiana’s corn and soybean fields show signs of stress as farmers want more rainfall. Rainfall in the state last week varied from zero to just over 6/10 inches, far from what was needed, according to a USDA reporter.

Crop conditions deteriorated, with only 48% of state corn going from good to good and 50% of Indiana soybeans going from good to good.

Dry weather helped harvest hay and wheat, as 40% of the first crop alfalfa was harvested and 39% of the second non-alfalfa crop was harvested.

Currently, only 46% of the meadows are in good to good condition.



Indiana corn and soybeans need rain

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