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Crop Tour Day 3: Corn and soybeans from Illinois make a dive



When Pro Farmer Crop Scouts made their way through Illinois, it was a sad sight. The state, which usually cultivates trash can harvests, is largely in decline.

Illinois corn fell 21.46 bu compared to last year's pro-farmer estimates. per acre – or 11% – compared to 2018. Soybeans did not fare much better with 331.23 pods less per 3 × 3 square meters – or about 25% – according to last year's estimate. Both were below the three-year average of Pro Farmer.

Corn yields in Illinois returned to 171.17 bu. per acre and soybean husks per 3×3 deteriorated to only 997.68.

"The harvest in Illinois was below average," says Brian Grete, head of the East Range Pro Farm Crop Tour. "It simply was not there, too much variability in field crops and field to field crops, it is difficult to achieve high yield with variability, the eastern side of the state is worse than the western side of the state." [1

9659002] The northwestern portion of the state north of I-80 had major problems with planting this year, and scouts say it was evident in their samples, although the plants looked good in the field but were full of pots and plants without ears – by-products of planting under less than ideal conditions, adds Grete.

"[Corn] Bushels break 11.1% lower on the tour than last year," says Grete. "There are some really poor areas out there, it's all down the line."

The big question for corn is now whether it will exploit the full earnings potential – or lose even more. At the formerly planted hectares, Grete is confident that the later planted hectares are the big question.

In terms of soybeans, Illinois is only the third in a series of disappointing returns on the east side of the harvest tour. All three samples, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, have so far not broken more than 1,000 pods per 3×3 square.

Tour Scouts took 399 samples between the two cultures to calculate their estimates.

  • corn
    • District 1: 38 samples
    • District 2: 8 samples
    • District 3: 25 samples
    • District 4: 51 samples
    • District 5: 52 samples
    • District 6: 15 samples
    • District 7: 11 Samples
  • soybeans
    • District 1: 38 samples
    • District 2: 8 samples
    • District 3: 23 Samples
    • District 4: 51 samples
    • District 5: 53 samples
    • District 6: 15 samples
    • District 7: 11 Samples

Preliminary yields of Iowa corn are similar to those of 2018, while soybean pods per 3 x 3 square meters are just under last year's pro-farmer estimates. Today's calculations come from three neighborhoods. You should check in at 20:00 tomorrow night. central time for the final results of the state.

  • corn
    • District 1: 66 samples
    • District 4: 63 samples
    • District 7: 35 samples
  • soybeans
    • District 1: 65 samples
    • District 4: 62 samples
    • District 7: 35 samples

Complete Crop Tour route reports, market analysis and historical comparisons can be found at ProFarmer.com.

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