Wisconsin crops doing well after hot, dry week


Wisconsin’s crops made good progress with last week’s warm and dry weather.  Six percent of the corn is at silking stage, 8 days ahead of last year and five days above average.  Eighty-three percent of the corn is rated good to excellent.

Soybeans are also doing well with 81% reported as good or excellent.  Almost 30% of soybeans have bloomed and 2% have set pods.

Potatoes improved last week, with 86% in good to excellent condition.

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