August Rains May Finish Off A Bumper Ohio Crop

August weather is vital to the outcome of Ohio corn and soybean crops. After a nearly ideal growing season in most of the state, cooler temperatures and sufficient rains in August may top off a bumper crop in 2018. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins gets more details from Matt Hutcheson from Seed Consultants.

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