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St. Joseph County’s Paul Probst Updates Crop Progress in Southern Michigan

Photo: C.J. Miller / Michigan Ag Today.

Crop progress in southern Michigan is “looking very, very good,” according to Paul Probst. He’s with Family Ag Services – a Specialty Hybrids dealer based out of St. Joseph County.

Paul discusses the importance of moisture to corn crops during the pollination process.  He also adds that there has been sufficient rainfall and moisture in his area that have helped corn and soybean crops.

Click BELOW to hear C.J. Miller’s FULL interview with Paul Probst as he discusses his wheat harvest – as well as an update on corn and soybean crops across southern Michigan.