DES MOINES, Iowa — On the July 22 Agribusiness Report: Iowa's soybean crop is a little ahead of last year. But, some beans are falling behind because of the high amount of precipitation earlier in the summer.
High temperatures will hit for part of this week. Corn plants can tolerate temperatures as high as 112 degrees. Soybeans can be stunted with the high temperatures, but market analysts are not worried.