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Spring and Summer Updates

Harvest and Storage

Wet corn and the propane shortage

propane tank painted like an ear of corn
Charles Hurburgh - November 12, 2019

The late planting has caused higher moisture corn than normal...


Cooling Grain Impacts on Grain Quality and Shelf-Life
Charles Hurburgh - October 29, 2019

Recent reports have Iowa corn at about 40% harvested and Iowa soybeans about 66% harvested...


Frost Damage to Soybeans
Charles Hurburgh, Rebecca Vittetoe, Meaghan Anderson - October 17, 2019

Frost damaged soybeans

Temperatures fell into the low 30’s and upper 20’s in most of Iowa over the weekend of October 11-13...


Crop Quality in 2019: Another Unusual Year
Charles Hurburgh, Erin Bowers, Alison Robertson - October 10, 2019

This year continues the chain of growing seasons with extremes and rapid changes beyond our long-term experiences...


Harvest consideration for frost killed corn
Mark Licht, Charles Hurburgh - October 7, 2019

A portion of Iowa’s corn crop is likely to experience a frost before naturally reaching maturity as a result of cool temperatures later this week...


Managing Wet Soybeans in a Late Harvest
Charles Hurburgh & Meaghan Anderson-October 18, 2018


Crop insurance and "high damage", sprouted, or unmarketable soybeans
USDA Risk Management Agency-October 15, 2018


NDSU Offers Soybean Drying Advice
Kenneth Hellevang

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