Mike Palmerino Telvent DTN Senior Ag Meteorologist
Wed May 27, 2015 10:38 AM CDT

The latest crop progress reports issued on Tuesday afternoon had few surprises. Most of the Midwest is wet. This has slowed the remaining soybean planting and may force some replanting in areas of excessive rainfall. Planted corn and soybeans could use more sunshine and less rain to help with crop development. Overall conditions for corn and soybeans remain good heading into June.

The southern Plains and Texas are excessively wet. We are now beyond the point where this is of benefit to the winter wheat crop. We are now beginning to see reports of increasing disease issues for the maturing crop. ...

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