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Spotty rains are moving through the area on Friday, but extremely low humidity and winds have continued to pull what little moisture is there out of the soil. It is concerning with little to no significant rain chances on the horizon and possible 90 Degree temperatures over the holiday weekend. Beans are VC-V3 depending on planting dates. Small pockets of replant for corn and soybeans are seen on western Champaign and Eastern Piatt counties.
Abnormally dry and no significant rain in the forecast.
.3-.5″ for the week so far.
Early planted corn is being side dressed. Early planted soybeans will likely begin post applications in 7-10 days.
Bean Leaf Beetles, Black Cutworm moths
Waterhemp, lambsquarter, grass