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Illinois farmer says crops look good, but won’t break records

A Central Illinois farmer says timely rains are keeping his corn and soybeans in good shape even if he doesn’t think the crop will be a record setter.

Len Corzine farms near Assumption, Illinois and he tells Brownfield the next few weeks of weather will have a big impact on how the crop comes through its reproduction stage.

“If we keep getting these rains which we all want we will have more disease to watch for and scout for and if it stays dry we will have insects to deal with.” Corzine has found a few tassels in his corn fields and figures that widespread tasseling will occur in the next week to ten days.

Illinois farmer says crops look good, but won’t break records

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