Iowa's premier weekly crop reports 4/26/2017

Iowa's Premiere Weekly Crop Reports

Adam Glienke
Adam Glienke
Cherokee County

Northwest Iowa

“We’re still pretty wet here,” Glienke said April 20 right after a round of showers drenched the area. “We have very little corn planted. I’d guess only about four or five guys have planted in the three-county area.” Most farmers have finished up anhydrous applications and fieldwork and are just waiting for the soil to dry and warm up, he said. Glienke grows corn, soybeans and alfalfa near Washta and runs a cow/calf herd.

Mike Hejlik
Mike Hejlik
Hancock County

North Central Iowa

Planting is off to a slow start in Hejlik’s area, he said April 20. “It’s very wet now,” he said. The area...

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