Record rainfall continues to take a toll on Indiana's crops, with Purdue University experts estimating that farmers statewide have lost $486 million in corn and soybean production.
An average of 9 inches, more than twice the normal level of 4.2 inches, was measured last month at 200 recording stations across the state. State climatologist Ken Scheeringa says as much as 18 inches of rain fell in parts of northern Indiana.
Some farmers in central Indiana's Johnson and Selby counties recorded 7 to 10 inches of rain, according to The Indianapolis Star.
Agricultural economics professor Chris Hurt says 21 percent of the state's corn is in poor or very poor shape.
Crop insurance covers about 80 percent of losses in Indiana.