Fifteen percent of Iowa’s 2013 corn crop remains unplanted as we write the last week of May. After early concerns about drought continuing to plague us, wet conditions have taken the spotlight. To add insult to injury, more rainfall forecast may refill field ‘ponds’ and re-submerge corn in flood plains of our rivers and streams.
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Elmore, Roger W.; Myers, Anthony J.W.; and Pierson, Warren L., "Late Planting and Replanting Corn—June 2013 (Part 2)" (2013). Integrated Crop Management News. 94.
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