By Gary Carter, Co. ext. agent
Many of the fields in Harrison County and also other counties in Central Kentucky look good. The one exception is the corn has no grain.
Many of the fields grew normally early in the season. When the extreme dry and hot weather occurred corn was attempting to develop and ear and receive pollen. With the extreme weather, little or no grain fill formed and we now have corn stalks with limited grain.
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