Storms have effect on Nebraska crop conditions as planting wraps up

Storms have effect on Nebraska crop conditions as planting wraps up

Strong winds and damaging hail had some effect on crop conditions in Nebraska last week.

Farmer Clay Govier of Broken Bow says most corn and soybeans have weathered Mother Nature well. “If your crop ground is under a pivot, I think you’re in pretty good shape.  We’ve caught some pretty good shape if you’re dodging the hail.”

The USDA says corn is rated 65 percent good-to-excellent with 98 percent of the crop emerged.

    

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