Crop conditions decline slightly in South Dakota

Corn and soybean conditions in South Dakota have declined slightly in the first week of July. USDA says South Dakota’s corn is starting to silk with conditions rated 72% good to excellent and the soybeans are rated 68% good to excellent, with 14% of the crop blooming. The sorghum in South Dakota is 10% headed, […]

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