Wet weather has kept many farmers (and us) out of the field. According to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service, as of May 15, 10% of the soybean acres were planted. At the same time last year, 46% of soybean planting was complete. On average, in Ohio, the majority of soybean acres are planted mid to late May (Table 1). Although, it is not uncommon for soybean planting to creep into June. In general, we don’t recommend altering soybean management until planting in June. Below are some guidelines to consider if planting soybeans in June.