Favorable conditions for crop development

A climatologist says crop development has been advancing ahead of average in many areas of the Corn Belt. Eric Hunt with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln says temperatures have been favorable. “Very ideal conditions for pollination,” he said. “There’s a lot of corn that’s tasseling and it’s starting to silk. That’s in a lot of areas […]

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