How Are Crops Looking in Northeast Nebraska?

UFARM Land Manager Andrew Stech, from the Norfolk, Nebraska office has been on the ground inspecting crops. He reports, “Crops are looking good in northeast Nebraska. The wet spring caused pockets of land to not be planted. A lot of the prevent plant land got planted to a “cover crop” around the last week in July.
Spring planted crops are about 1-2 weeks behind normal on average. Lots of yield potential on the corn, but we have a long ways to go. An early freeze would be detrimental to yield. Timely rains has the “Dryland” looking as good as it ever has. Due to the late planting, soybeans may have lost some yield potential, but a warm August/September could prove differently.”
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