Illinois corn crop looking good as pollination begins

Pollination is underway for 39% of the Illinois corn crop. Piatt County farmer Jim Reed tells Brownfield… “There are some tassels in our area. It kind of depends.”  He says, “Some folks that planted beans first and then corn. They’re not quite too tassel yet, but the guys that went ahead and planted corn first, […]

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