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Patience in planting this spring may pay off later

Planting season around Ohio didn’t really start to ramp up until the first part of May, causing farmers in the Buckeye State to lag behind much of the rest of the Corn Belt. Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services with Seed Consultants says that the later time frame for this year’s planting may be ideal for a successful 2015.

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