Sprinkles occurred one evening last week with seasonal temperatures every day. We are a week into tasseling and a majority of the beans are setting pods. It was a pleasant surprise when I pulled up to one of my toughest clay knobs and began working through wheat on the north side of 100 bushels. We ended up selling it for $5.05, then peddled the straw to a friend to mulch his huge strawberry field. I can’t imagine my two fall crops competing with the wheat scenario. Planes have been buzzing around with fungicides and probably some insecticides. We are splitting a couple fields and two particular varieties for our fungicide activity this year. The plants look so healthy. We will see how the return shakes out in a couple months. Sweet corn is hitting the stands, and the farmers who have it are really popular.