Sunlit corn -- Patrick Wright photo

As of Monday, 74% of the state's corn was rated good to excellent. Thirty-three percent was at silking, near the 5-year average of 32%. Soybeans were 72% good to excellent with 55% of the crop blooming, well ahead of 40% for the 5-year average. (Photo by Patrick Wright)

July 18, 2014

White mold in soybean

Soybean Production

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Insect and Disease Management

Crop Reports

Alfalfa field showing potato leafhopper damage
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