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mark guildenzoph 08/21/2013 @ 9:25am counting my pods we're looking at about 35bu. average in Illinois with dry hot weather ahead and no rain in sight. Not to mention around a month behind looking at probable harvest middle of October risk of frost severe and did I mention there only 12inches tall. But at least I got them in where as a lot of the other local farmers did not and have bare fields on your record setting harvest year.

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