Where does the Arkansas soybean crop stand as drought spreads?

As drought conditions continue to spread for most of the nation, many soybean growers are facing decisions about irrigation and water use. According to the latest Crop Progress Report, Arkansas soybeans are 99 percent emerged with 85 percent blooming.

An Arkansas agronomist shares his thoughts on the current crop.

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