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July 2020 Midwest crop progress

Agronomists share which corn and soybean fields are fighting diseases and insects, and which ones look great.

Corn and soybeans in some states are looking really great. Other states are battling some drought.

According to agronomists at Winfield United, now's the time to look out for diseases in both corn and soybeans, due to areas with high temperatures, high humidity and plentiful moisture. A fungicide application may be helpful in some cases.

Click through the gallery to learn what agronomists are seeing in fields in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota.

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