The cool, wet weather this past week slowed corn and soybean planting for some producers, as we hear in the weekly crop report.  On average, there were less than three days suitable for fieldwork, according to State Crop Statistician Mark Schleusener.

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Nineteen percent of soybeans have now been planted, and one percent has emerged.  91% of oats and 3% of sorghum has been planted, and 65% of winter wheat has headed.  Average statewide topsoil moisture now stands at 2% short, 72% adequate, and 26% surplus.

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