The bouncing ball of weather has left us with a wide range of conditions across the northcentral and northeast regions of the country. Some areas have had a continuous parade of storms dumping tremendous amounts of water. In others, the corn is rolled and alfalfa collapsed from the lack of water. Except for a rain just before and during July 4, the last decent rain for us was early June. Regardless of the conditions, each year someone some where is scrambling to get a crop in by the beginning of July.
Sorghum, sorghum-Sudan, and pearl millet are all full season/emergency crops getting a second and third look at across the US.