Recent heavy rainfall in portions of Kansas may have resulted in standing water and/or saturated soil in some locations. These conditions have the potential to negatively impact soybean production. Read more here from Cropping Specialist Ignacio Ciampitti.
Many parts of Kansas have received considerable amounts of rain the last couple of weeks. If corn has been planted, standing water or saturated soil conditions in areas of a field can produce impacts now or later for corn. Read about the potential impacts to corn in this article.
Soybean planting is well under way in Kansas. However, in many parts of the state, soybeans have gotten off to a very slow start, constrained by rain events and wet soil conditions. What effect with saturated soils have on soybean emergence and early growth?