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Indiana Crops Trying to Turn the Corner after Rough Start

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Indiana weather has been hard on crops this year but one agronomist based in the state is thinking positive thoughts. Kirby Bacon says many fields are improving a little bit after overcoming problems like seedling blight right from the start.
“The conditions in a lot of places other than those areas that are drowned out have improved to the point where we’ve gotten the right amounts of rainfall at the right time,” he said. “So, I actually feel a little bit better about most of the circumstances that we have out there than I did earlier on. A lot of these plants that had seedling blight issues early on have recovered reasonably well because we haven’t gone through that extend dry period.”
One part of the state even shows signs of excellent crops.

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