Finally, the end is near. After replanting and re-replanting in some instances, farmers in the area are finally getting their entire crop planted. However, what has been planted earlier in the year is looking pretty good. Corn tassels are starting to show. Almost all the wheat has been harvested. Soybeans have closed the rows and seem to be really weed-free so far. Wheat yields in the area, from what I’ve heard, have been disappointing, to say the least. I wish everyone the best of luck and will now pray for timely rains to help the crop progress. Lord knows that with the current grain market we will need every bushel we can get this year.
Another week in the books, and the progress is still slow. I think we are running out of days to finish up. Last week, we started replanting only to get a couple of inches of rain on it the same day. As I write this report, it was raining again. Farmers with wheat have been struggling, too. There is a lot of downed wheat in some fields, and yields have not been impressive from what I hear. Corn, however, has made good use of all the rain. It seems to be growing nicely and looks good. Good luck out there, and God bless.
We have received 2-4 inches of rain in the last two weeks. Many farmers in the area are fighting to get finished with the first planting of soybeans. Then we can all start replanting what was lost. It’s definitely been one of those years. Corn is finally looking good and starting to get tall. Soybeans that have made it look really good, and wheat harvest is right around the corner. We will see how the rain has affected it. Be safe out there and good luck.