A closeup of a developed ear of corn. Local ag officials say this year's late-planted crops have potential as long as the area gets more rain and sun and no early frost.
This year's late-planted crops have potential if the weather continues to cooperate, local ag officials say.
"We really need to have a good, long growing season and get some sunlight and rain and no early frost," said Mercer County OSU Extension educator Jim Hoorman this week. [More