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The bright outlook is bright because the pace of planting is slow

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The bright outlook is bright because the pace of planting is slow

Farmers who are disappointed by the delay in planting can rest assured that the warm weather outlook this summer.

Eric Wilson, Agricultural Manager at Wyffels Hybrids, says he is investigating the impact of Growing Degree Units on maize development.

“Does the timing of planting correlate with where the final yield declines according to the trend line? And what we have found is that it is not always important.”

He says the brownfield had an early planting date that didn’t harvest very well and an extraordinary yield at the end of May.

“Only for the growing season of the year.”

Iowa state climatologist Justin Grisan says the Midwestern brownfield can be expected to exceed average temperatures in June, July and August.



The bright outlook is bright because the pace of planting is slow

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