A couple more good rains and you’ll have some tasty Missouri corn for the dinner table this summer. Large parts of the state received a 1/2 inch of rain over the weekend and some crops got more than an inch. Deputy Director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture Kyle Vickers says we just needs a few more showers this month and four or five inches of rain next month to get a good sweet corn crop. Soy stays in the ground a little longer and will need intermittent rain until August or September.
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