INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (ADAMS) – Usually by the second full week of May, Indiana farmers have half of their corn crop in the ground. That’s not the case this year. The latest crop report for the state shows just six percent of the crop is planted.
Farmers say the wet spring has delayed planting, now there are worries about what kind of crop they’ll see this fall. The report says two percent of soybeans are planted, but there’s less worry with beans because farmers have more time to get that crop in the ground.
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