Yet another week of near normal temperatures has kept Iowa near the long-term average in growing season heat accumulation. Iowa crops are now growing well in most of Iowa, with corn between V5 and V10 and soybean mostly V3 to V6, with a few fields in southern Iowa beginning bloom (R1).
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