After talking to the 12 Iowa State University extension field crop specialists this morning (May 24), corn planting should now be close to done and 80-85 percent of the soybean should be planted. Based on the current weather conditions, it is our "gut feeling" that we can first get back into the fields for planting next weekend - at the earliest. Quite a few soybean fields may need to be replanted based on the flooded fields and hail injuries.
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Murillo-Williams, Adriana and Pedersen, Palle, "Soybean replant decisions in 2004" (2004). Integrated Crop Management News. 1563.
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