Heavy rains in the spring delayed some Indiana farmers from planting soybeans on schedule. Some got them in just in time while others had to wait until they could get into their fields. Still others had to replant because of flooding. In early September, fields of green, yellow and brown soybean crops dotted the Indiana landscape. Harvesting began in some fields, but soybeans in other fields were still maturing. Tom Campbell and Keith Robinson of Purdue Agricultural Communication captured images showing the disparity of the maturity of soybean crops.
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