An Illinois agronomist says current crop conditions indicate the state could see record yields this season.
Cory Muhlbauer is the R&D Agronomy Lead for Precision Planting based in Tremont.
“In general, in Illinois we are sitting pretty good. It’s one of the best crops we have had in a long time. We are pushing another new level of yield potential.”
He tells Brownfield the delayed start to planting actually helped this year.