Corn growers making up for early planting delays

May 2013
Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/29/2013, p4
The article provides information on a report released in May 2013 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture which found that farmers continued to make up for early spring planting delays, bringing corn planting progress within four points of the five-year average. It cites the efforts of the farmers and the use of technology to accomplish the task given the smallest planting window. It also notes the progress made by farmers in Colorado which increased by more than 34 points.


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