GREEN BAY (WXOW) – A wet spring has allowed about 4 percent of corn fields to be planted in Wisconsin.
The National Agriculture Statistics Service says this is well behind the normal pace of about 26 percent by this time.
It's a similar scenario across America, where 12 percent of the nation's cornfields have been planted. That's about a quarter of what was planted by this date over the previous five years.
Most of the planting done in Wisconsin has been to the south. According to WLUK-TV, Brown County agriculture agent Mark Hagedom says there isn't much being done to the north, but that could change in three to five days without any major rainfall.
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