Field Work Has Started in Some Parts of Hardin County
Written by WKTN Staff on June 5, 2019
Field work has begun in some parts of Hardin County as conditions allow.
Corn is up in the Hog Creek Marsh and in the Scioto Marsh as well.
There were also some fields being sprayed and tilled around the county in areas that had less rain and good drainage.
According to the USDA Crop Weather Report that came out yesterday, Ohio is now at 33% corn planted with 18% emerged and 18% soybeans planted with 9% emerged.
65% of the winter wheat has headed, and first cutting of alfalfa and other hay has started.