Soybean planting wraps up in Kentucky

The USDA says dry weather helped Kentucky farmers wrap up soybean planting last week. As of Sunday, the state’s soybean acres are now estimated to be 100% planted with 90% emerged. Twenty-seven percent of the crop is blooming, well ahead of the five-year average. USDA says soybeans and corn have been showing signs of heat […]

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