Rain in Time for Corn Crop
The recent rains have come in just in time for the corn on the Eastern Shore.
The US Department of Agriculture says the cold front bringing in scattered showers and temperatures in the 80’s later this week are good news for farmers.
And the rain comes just as the corn crop is “silking”, that is, preparing for pollination to create the kernels.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that the USDA says in Delaware 68 percent of the crop is in excellent or good condition.