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Spring Planting Update

Indiana farmers have largely made up from the slow start to planting caused by this year's soggy spring.

Indiana farmers are ahead of the 5-year average in getting corn and soybean crops planted - a turnaround after being way behind a month ago.

The federal government's weekly crop report says that as of Sunday, farmers had planted 94% of Indiana's corn crop and 76% of their soybean fields.

Southern Indiana farmers are trailing a bit, with 81% of their corn and 40% of soybeans planted.

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