Scattered pockets of rain as temps vary across the Heartland

Scattered pockets of rain as temps vary across the Heartland

Across the Corn Belt, for the heart of the Midwest, mostly dry weather is ideal for completing corn and soybean planting operations.  Dry weather also favors Midwestern winter wheat maturation, as well as initial wheat harvest efforts in the southern Corn Belt.  Despite occasional weather challenges during the spring planting season, emerged crops are off to a good start, with three-quarters (75%) of the nation’s corn rated in good to excellent condition on June 2.

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