Iowa’s farming season started out too wet, but now some producers are asking for rain. The USDA says cool temperatures have kept most crops healthy. In southeast Iowa, 85 percent of topsoil moisture is in the adequate range, while 91 percent of subsoil moisture is adequate. 55 percent of local corn has silked, that’s about 20 percent behind average. 20 percent of southeast Iowa soybeans are setting pods, that’s nearly 26 percent behind normal.
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