July 16, 2014

Wordless Wednesday | Prettiest corn in the U.S.


Pollination time!

 Corn field and center pivot irrigation in south central Nebraska. July, 2010. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communications

Hail, tornadoes and high winds have damaged many fields in Nebraska this year, but likely not enough to have a major impact on the state’s overall harvest, said Don Hutchens, director of the Nebraska Corn Board.

“As you drive across the state you see some of the prettiest corn and soybean fields that the U.S. has,” Hutchens said.

It’s pollination time in the corn world and the weather has a big impact on this. Read more from the Lincoln Journal Star, Weather sets the mood for corn lovin’.

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