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Corn planting is already behind this year. We received over 13 inches of rain across the county in April. Crop fields are extremely waterlogged. With more rain this past weekend, it will be days before fields are suitable for planting, assuming rain is not in the forecast. Past research suggests that we start losing yield potential for corn planted sometime after May 5 to May 15 by about 1 percent per day. By the time you read this, we will already be in that time frame. You are in a tough spot, so what do you do?
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