The Iowa corn crop does not appear to be a bin-buster. “It’s not going to be uncommon to have growers talking 50 to 70 bushel corn and to 250 (bushel corn) in the same county,” said Corteva Agriscience Crop Protection Launch Lead Eric Scherder. While it has been dry in central Iowa, recent rains were seen. “It’s a little late for corn, but it will help our soybeans a lot.”
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