Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 9-27-10 | TheFencePost.com

Rocky Mountain Ag Briefs 9-27-10

Fields in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have become very soggy due to large amounts of rain over the past few weeks. Farmers cannot get into their fields at the start of their harvest season due to the wet ground. The soybean fields also received some hail damage recently. The corn crops have reached their physiological maturity, but the moisture needs to go down. Another concern with the corn crops in these areas is the stalk quality and strength. Winds and hail damaged the stalks in June, making them weak. Growers need to keep an eye on their crops and adjust their harvest accordingly. For more information, go to http://www.CornAnd SoybeanDigest.com.

Fields in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have become very soggy due to large amounts of rain over the past few weeks. Farmers cannot get into their fields at the start of their harvest season due to the wet ground. The soybean fields also received some hail damage recently. The corn crops have reached their physiological maturity, but the moisture needs to go down. Another concern with the corn crops in these areas is the stalk quality and strength. Winds and hail damaged the stalks in June, making them weak. Growers need to keep an eye on their crops and adjust their harvest accordingly. For more information, go to http://www.CornAnd SoybeanDigest.com.

Fields in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have become very soggy due to large amounts of rain over the past few weeks. Farmers cannot get into their fields at the start of their harvest season due to the wet ground. The soybean fields also received some hail damage recently. The corn crops have reached their physiological maturity, but the moisture needs to go down. Another concern with the corn crops in these areas is the stalk quality and strength. Winds and hail damaged the stalks in June, making them weak. Growers need to keep an eye on their crops and adjust their harvest accordingly. For more information, go to http://www.CornAnd SoybeanDigest.com.

Fields in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have become very soggy due to large amounts of rain over the past few weeks. Farmers cannot get into their fields at the start of their harvest season due to the wet ground. The soybean fields also received some hail damage recently. The corn crops have reached their physiological maturity, but the moisture needs to go down. Another concern with the corn crops in these areas is the stalk quality and strength. Winds and hail damaged the stalks in June, making them weak. Growers need to keep an eye on their crops and adjust their harvest accordingly. For more information, go to http://www.CornAnd SoybeanDigest.com.

Fields in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa have become very soggy due to large amounts of rain over the past few weeks. Farmers cannot get into their fields at the start of their harvest season due to the wet ground. The soybean fields also received some hail damage recently. The corn crops have reached their physiological maturity, but the moisture needs to go down. Another concern with the corn crops in these areas is the stalk quality and strength. Winds and hail damaged the stalks in June, making them weak. Growers need to keep an eye on their crops and adjust their harvest accordingly. For more information, go to http://www.CornAnd SoybeanDigest.com.