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With large amounts of rain across the state during the month of May, farmers have struggled to plant hemp this season. There is also the threat of increased weed pressure and seedling diseases for anybody that manages to get seeds in the ground. From four years of hemp research at Purdue, we can attest that hemp does not like wet feet.

The Purdue Pest Management Program has made 3 videos available which address this year’s late-planting season. You can find them on YouTube using the following links:

Part 1 of 3: Historical Indiana Planting Dates and Yield Trends

Part 2 of 3: Late Corn Planting Considerations

Part 3 of 3: Late Soybean Planting Considerations

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