Over the last two weeks since our last update, the rain has continued to fall. Unlike many areas here in the state, we have been fortunate that the rain events we’ve experienced have been spaced out and in lower amounts. Very little damage was done to the corn crop and we lost only about 13 acres of beans to drown outs. We were able to get out and re-spray most of the soybeans with herbicide the second time. Because of the wet and humid conditions, we elected to apply a fungicide in the same pass. There has been a lot going on in the shop because of the weather. Equipment preparations for fall and even next spring are underway. The corn has started to pollinate and looks very good. So far, disease levels in the corn are below a threshold level for spraying. That being said, due to the moisture and temperatures in the forecast, we expect that most of the corn will need to be sprayed with a fungicide in the coming weeks. The volatility in the markets has seemed to calm for the short term. Local fall cash corn is priced at $5.41 and soybeans at $13.58.