Currently, we have the whole spectra of growing conditions in Iowa. Northern Iowa probably has the best conditions they have seen for awhile; everyone was able to get their crop planted at a decent time. In central and southern Iowa, excessive rainfall during the past six weeks left many thinking about buying a canoe instead of a four-wheeler for their scouting. I know that I have been frustrated by all this, but Mother Nature's actions are beyond our control. Remember that a little bit too much rainfall is better than no rainfall at all.
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Pedersen, Palle, "Planting and replanting scenarios" (2007). Integrated Crop Management News. 1050.
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