Indiana's crops off to a great start

Some of Indiana's biggest crops are off to a great start this season.

The Purdue Extension Office in LaGrange County says Indiana's corn and soybean crops are thriving in the recent warm up.

In some places, the plants went into the ground a week and a half ago here in northern Indiana. 

Agriculture experts say more rain would be nice, but no crops are in jeopardy at this time. 

The office also says the wheat crop planted in the fall is doing well.
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