Rains fell heaviest across the northern half of the state last week and slowed soybean harvest. But statewide, the corn harvest continued with little interruption.
The unseasonably warm weather and breezy conditions helped dry fields out quickly after the rain showers moved through.
Temperatures across the state were 7-9 degrees above normal for the week, and precipitation averaged .9 inch statewide, only slightly above normal.
There were 5.1 days suitable for fieldwork last week.
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