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Indiana Crops Continue Improvment

Indiana Crops Continue Improvment

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News Indiana Crops Continue Improvment Indiana Crops Continue Improvment Previous articleNCGA’s Woodall Expects Farm Bill ExtensionNext articleUS Crop Condition Remains Solid Gary Truitt SHARE By Gary Truitt – Jul 8, 2013 Rain showers, across most of the state, kept wheatharvest to a minimum during the week, according to theIndiana Field Office of USDA’s National AgriculturalStatistics Service. Producers are worried thatexcessive moisture will soon begin to take its toll on thewinter wheat crop if they are not able to finish harvestsoon. Farmers are hoping for drier conditions to notonly finish wheat harvest but to also bale straw andplant double crop soybeans. Moderate temperaturesand ample soil moisture allowed the corn crop to makerapid growth with a few scattered fields beginning totassel.There were 2.8 days suitable for field work during theweek. Corn condition improved slightly and is rated81 percent good to excellent compared with 12 percentlast year at this time.Ninety-eight percent of the soybean acreage hasemerged compared with 100 percent last year and 97percent for the 5-year average. Nine percent of thesoybean acreage is blooming compared with 42percent last year and 20 percent for the 5-yearaverage. Soybean condition is rated 75 percent goodto excellent compared with 14 percent last year at thistime.Thirty-two percent of the winter wheat acreage hasbeen harvested compared with 98 percent last yearand 69 percent for the 5-year average. Winter wheatcondition is rated 76 percent good to excellent at thistime.LIVESTOCK, PASTURE AND RANGE REPORTLivestock remained in mostly good condition.Pasture condition improved and is rated 84 percentgood to excellent compared with only 2 percent lastyear at this time. The second cutting of alfalfa is 19percent complete compared with 93 percent last yearand 43 percent for the 5-year average. SHARE Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Other Sports Viswanathan Anand loses to Magnus Carlsen, slips to fifth in Tata Steel Chess tournament

Other Sports Viswanathan Anand loses to Magnus Carlsen, slips to fifth in Tata Steel Chess tournament

first_imgViswanathan Anand slipped to fifth in Tata Steel chess.Carlsen is now in top spot in the tournament.Vidit Gujrathi defeated Vladimir Kramnik. New Delhi: Viswanathan Anand suffered a crucial loss in the 10th round of the Tata Steel Chess championship in Lieden to reigning world champion Magnus Carlsen in a hard-fought 76 move match. The loss meant that Carlsen, the current champion, was in sole lead in the tournament while Anand slipped to fifth spot. With just three rounds remaining, the former five-time world champion faces an uphill task to reclaim the top spot. To make things worse for Anand, Ian Nepomniachtchi and Anish Giri defeated Jorden Van Foreest and Vladimir Fedoseev respectively to surge in the table. Giri is currently in the second spot while Nepomniachtchi is in third spot along with Chinese Grandmaster Liren Ding and Anand.Speaking after the end of the match which lasted close to seven hours, Carlsen admitted that he was spent, often struggling to figure the time spent. “It was a very tough day. Anish Giri won and that means I am only half a point ahead in the tournament so it is still open,” Carlsen said. highlights Anand and Carlsen’s rivalry started in 2013 and the five-time world champion relinquished his crown in Chennai when he suffered defeat. Carlsen and Anand squared off again in 2014 after the Indian Grandmaster had won the Candidates tournament but the Chennai player once again came up short. Since 2013, Carlsen has been the undisputed king of the chess world, defending his title in grand fashion, recently beating American Fabiano Caruana in the tie-breaker. Apart from classical chess, Carlsen also won the World Blitz Championship in Riyadh.With Thursday being the final rest day in the Tata Steel Chess tournament, Anand will have a crucial three rounds, beginning against Poland Grandmaster Jan-Krzysztof Duda in the 11th round. The 12th round will be a crucial game against Liren while he will end the tournament against Vidit Gujrathi.Gujrathi gave India plenty to cheer as he defeated former world champion Vladimir Kramnik in 29 moves to move to the seventh spot with five points from 10 games. Gujrathi will clash with Anand in the final round and the youngster has been impressive in the tournament, holding Carlsen, Giri and Liren to draws but his tournament was jolted when he lost to Teimour Radjabov and Nepomniachtchi in consecutive games. For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

Who won the NASCAR race yesterday? Complete results from Sunday Michigan race

Who won the NASCAR race yesterday? Complete results from Sunday Michigan race

first_imgThe driver who won Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway is the same driver who won Saturday’s race at the same track. The first Saturday-Sunday Cup Series doubleheader in the history of the two-mile oval in Brooklyn, Mich., was swept relatively easily by Kevin Harvick.Just as predictable as Harvick winning again Sunday was Denny Hamlin being the only driver able to challenge for the victory. The driver of the No. 11 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota nearly caught Harvick in the closing laps at Michigan but ran out of laps. Now Harvick’s six wins this season are the most in the series, one more than Hamlin’s five. NASCAR AT MICHIGAN: Highlights from Sunday’s [email protected] had to lift off Turn 2 … but it still wasn’t enough for @dennyhamlin to get [email protected] and @JeffBurton break down what they saw in the battle for the @MISpeedway win. pic.twitter.com/lYE9IyHjU0— NASCAR (@NASCAR) August 10, 2020Three wins at @MISpeedway in a row. Four out of the last five.What a run for @StewartHaasRcng’s @KevinHarvick. Hear from the driver of the No. 4 after his sixth win of 2020. pic.twitter.com/oMZDlfR70G— NASCAR on NBC (@NASCARonNBC) August 9, 2020Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Busch finished third and fourth, respectively, to get three Gibbs cars in the top four. Erik Jones, who learned Thursday he will not be returning to JGR next season, finished 27th because of a late-race electrical issue.Below is more about Harvick’s win, plus the complete results from Sunday’s race at Michigan.Who won the NASCAR race yesterday?Harvick’s win Sunday gave him the sweep of the weekend Cup Series doubleheader. It also meant the car his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team brought to Michigan is now 3 for 3 on wins this season.Harvick drove the same car when he won at Indianapolis Motor Speedway last month. Set up specifically for races on massive ovals like Michigan and Indy, the car might be done for the season, as there are no more similar tracks on the remainder of the NASCAR Cup Series schedule.”I bet we don’t run it any more, to be honest with you,” Harvick told media after the race when asked about what’s next for such a dominant car. “I think there’s so many different styles of race tracks that we’re going to as we go forward here. Obviously we’re going to a road course next week, then we go to a low downforce track two races in a row at Dover, then a superspeedway car, then you go into short tracks, Darlington with high downforce cars. I know you won’t run it at Vegas or Charlotte.”Honestly, I don’t think you’ll run this car anymore.”Which is good news for the competition. Harvick led 90 of the 156 laps Sunday, easily the most among all drivers in the field. He earned 53 points to pad what’s now a 137-point lead over Hamlin in the NASCAR Cup Series points standings.”It’s hard to tell what the end of the year is going to bring as far as this could be the last win, you might win six more,” Harvick said. “You just never know. I think the most important thing is to stay focused on the week-to-week attitude of trying to prepare the best that you can. Win or lose last week, on Monday you have to be preparing for the next week.”It’s ultra-important to have a short-term memory. I think our team does a really good job with that, making sure we’re prepared for the next race the best that we can. You take all of that you can out of that on Monday morning, then move on to the next one.” NASCAR results at MichiganHamlin, Truex, Busch and Logano sniffed the lead at various points of Sunday’s race at Michigan, namely on restarts, but nobody had anything for Harvick.Ryan Blaney and Brad Keselowski are the only drivers who did not finish Sunday’s race. The Team Penske teammates crashed toward the beginning of Stage 3 while racing for the lead. Keselowski poked the nose of his car below Blaney but lost control and sent them both crashing into the wall.Below are the complete results from Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400 at Michigan.Pos.Driver1.Kevin Harvick2.Denny Hamlin3.Martin Truex Jr.4.Kyle Busch5.Joey Logano6.Aric Almirola7.Matt DiBenedetto8.Austin Dillon9.Chase Elliott10.Kurt Busch11.Jimmie Johnson12.William Byron13.Ryan Newman14.Clint Bowyer15.Matt Kenseth16.Ryan Preece17.Christopher Bell18.Ty Dillon19.Ricky Stenhouse Jr.20.Chris Buescher21.Bubba Wallace22.Corey LaJoie23.John Hunter Nemechek24.Tyler Reddick25.Cole Custer26.Daniel Suarez27.Erik Jones28.Michael McDowell29.JJ Yeley30.Brennan Poole31.Reed Sorenson32.Quin Houff33.Josh Bilicki34.Garrett Smithley35.Timmy Hill36.Alex Bowman37.James Davison38.Ryan Blaney39.Brad Keselowskilast_img read more