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Day 3: Corn and Soybean Tour in Illinois Take a nosedive



When professional scout farmers made their way through Illinois, it was a regrettable sight. A condition that can usually boast of crop-popping crops is inadequate – and by a considerable margin.

Compared to last year's Pro Farmer estimates, Illinois maize dropped 21.46. per hectare – or 11% – below 2018 Soybean did not fare much better with 331.23 pods less than 3×3 square, or about 25% – below last year's forecasts. Both fell below the average three-year Pro Farmer estimates.

Maize yields in Illinois decreased to 171.17 bu. per hectare and soy pods on 3×3 worsened to just 997.68.

"The Illinois crop was tarnished," says Brian Grete, leading the eastern leg of the Pro Farmer Crop tour. "He just wasn't there. Too much cultural variability in the fields and field in field. It is difficult to build a lot of profitability with volatility. The east side of the state is worse than the west side. "

The northwestern part of the state, north of I-80, is really struggling to plant it this year and scouts say it was obvious in their samples. Although the crops may look good from the field, they were full of jumps and plants with no ears ̵

1; by-products of planting in conditions that are not ideal, Gret adds.

"[Corn] bushels fall to 11.1% lower than last year on tour," says Grete. "There are really many bad areas, everything is everywhere."

The big question for corn is whether it will realize its full potential for production – or will it lose even more? In earlier planted acres, Grete is convinced that later planted acres are the big issue.

In terms of soybeans, Illinois is only the third in a number of disappointing yields on the east side of the crop tour. All three samples so far, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, have not broken more than 1000 pods per 3×3 square.

Tourist scouts took 399 samples between the two cultures to calculate their estimates.

  • Maize
    • Area 1: 38 samples
    • Area 2: 8 samples
    • Area 3: 25 samples
    • Area 4: 51 samples
    • Area 5: 52 samples
    • Area 6: 15 samples
    • Area 7: 11 samples
  • Soybeans
    • Area 1: 38 samples
    • Area 2: 8 samples
    • Area 3: 23 samples
    • Area 4: 51 samples
    • Area 5: 53 samples
    • Area 6: 15 samples
    • Area 7: 11 samples

Preliminary corn yields in Iowa are similar to 2018, while 3×3 square soy pods are slightly lower than last year's Pro Farmer forecasts. Today's calculations come from three areas, be sure to check back tomorrow night at 8:00 AM Central Time for the state's final results.

  • Maize
    • Area 1: 66 samples
    • Area 4: 63 samples
    • Area 7: 35 samples
  • Soybeans
    • Area 1: 65 samples
    • Area 4: 62 samples
    • Area 7: 35 samples

Find full route reports of Crop Tour, market analysis and historical comparisons at ProFarmer.com.

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