Good, but not record-breaking yields may be expected for many farms across the state.
A website is now available to track growing degree days (GDDs) for farmers in the northeast. It allows you to estimate GDDs from planting for your zip code and to compare to 15 or 30 year means.
Penn State’s Corn Agronomy program publishes corn silage and grain hybrid test results each year.
Crops have been lagging in maturity. Warm weather in the forecast should help speed up maturity. Some double crop beans may be at risk of not becoming mature.