Warm temperatures allowed soybean planting to reach 64 percent complete, 28 percentage points above the previous week.
Other activities included spraying chemicals and cutting hay.
There were scattered storms throughout the state, including some hail in the Northwest. But overall, conditions were warm and humid. Statewide precipitation averaged 0.19 inches, 0.74 inches below normal.
Temperatures averaged 67.1 degrees, 1.7 degrees above normal. There were 5.0 days suitable for fieldwork.
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