They say crews got off to a late start planting because of all the wet weather earlier this summer. But, since then, rainfall has been spotty and they could use more moisture. This year is a definite improvement over last year.
As for soy, farmers say this year's crop looks good. More rain wouldn't hurt though. If temperatures would get up to about 88-degrees for a bit, it would help when harvest season rolls around.
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