A wide variety of conditions as #plant18 continues

It's been a crazy #plant18 so far with varying degrees of progress.  Brock in Jasper County says he's unfolding for the last time:

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Here's some NuTech 5F-308 North of Mount Pleasant, taken on Thursday:

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Back at it before the rains in Fayette County:

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Some soybeans peeking out of the ground at Carman Farms near Urbana, planted on April 26th:

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The soybeans are being planted near New Sharon:

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The folks at Hingtgen farms wrapping things up in the dark in Jackson County:

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Just west of Wyoming, close to Andy's old stomping grounds around the 'Christmas City":

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No-till soybeans near Danville looking good:

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Travis sends us the update from the Corn Cam site:

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About 1.4" rain over the weekend around Solon. Dad said we can't plant soybeans so we might as well look for mushrooms, and it looks like Allen found plenty:

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This Mycogen variety has emerged and is looking good after being planted at a 2 inch depth on April 28th:

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Yet, Dave Nelson says "Well, Wright County and counties surrounding may be at 20 percent at the most with half the fellow farmers at zero. And very wet." and "Haven't turned a wheel yet here in north iowa and now got another 1.5 inches" from the Forest City while they "dodge wet spots" north of Mason City so a long way yet to go.  Thank you so much for all of the texts to the DuPont Pioneer A-Series Soybean Text Line at 515.999.5491.

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