The corn needs a drink of water

Dry conditions are worsening in parts of Missouri and a seed advisor with Beck’s Hybrids says it’s time to irrigate the corn. “We are ready for that drink.” Clarissa Cauthorn says adequate subsoil moisture is needed to grow a good corn crop and rain has been lacking in northeast Missouri. “Heat in the morning and […]

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