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Anyone have a US/CornBelt vegetation map of current vs same time last year?
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WItitan2
Posted 8/1/2020 15:08 (#8409083 - in reply to #8408948)
Subject: RE: Anyone have a US/CornBelt vegetation map of current vs same time last year?


Pierce county WI
I don't, however, are the models changing? Still 80 today, and looks like mid to low 70s for a couple days then back to 80s. Not lots of precip showing either. I probably should add that's a Minneapolis St Paul MN weather forecast. Things at home look pretty good, but some yellowing in places. Beans have potential to be really good. I planted one field of beans before corn this year. There's little pods above the canopy. Pretty crazy for June! We're going to need some rain though. We had rain a week ago, and pretty heavy dews, but there isn't tile running.... Corn should be good, but I think the frost and cold after planting are going to steal a few bushels. As a rule, we tend to have better crops up here in a hot summer. At least pro farmer should be exciting this year!

Edited by WItitan2 8/1/2020 15:16
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