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We've had beautiful weather the last couple days, and the planters are rolling. View this slideshow to see some of the progress.
After a minor breakdown, this farmer was able to get 280 corn acres planted near Maxwell, Iowa.
Remember to plant according to the conditions you're in at the time. Plant-to-plant uniformity in germination and emergence could be a costly price to pay if you don't.
Antonio Mallarino, Iowa State University agronomist, says to not underestimate the value of starter for corn planted late, mainly in cold soils and with a shorter season.
Along with using starter fertilizer, this farmer chose to apply a soil insecticide as well.
This farmer is planting soybeans into a cover crop near Winterset, Iowa.
The biggest concern of this farmer, from central Iowa, is that the weather won't cooperate long enough for him to finish planting.
However, if you're thinking the same thing, there's some good news for you. Find out more about the planting window.
While still not a common sight in central Iowa, one field had emerged corn near Carlisle.
Spring planting photos