"However, this is all depending on the weather conditions," he said. "If we see a wet weather pattern, and corn planting is delayed, we may see a few more soybean acres."
More Ark. rice, cotton, soybeans, sorghum expected →
The numbers are no surprise according to Jeremy Ross, extension soybean specialist, based on comments made during winter meetings with growers across the state who he said indicated they would plant more acres in soybeans and rice and fewer in corn.