Planting sideways

They were just getting into the beans last week at the edges until it rained Monday. They were kept from it on Sunday by the Knights of Columbus Omelette Breakfast at, of course, the KC Hall. They think the beans look excellent and the corn not so excellent as it suffered so from an extended drought. The beans might hit 60 on a lot of acres, and the corn might come in at 175 bushels — a testament to the power of genetics against drought. Long and short, you might make a few bucks on the soybeans and lose a few bucks on the corn.

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Art Cullen