A soggy June continues to do a number on Wisconsin crops. The state Ag Statistics Service says two-percent of the corn is still not out of the ground, despite the old saying that the corn should be “knee high by the Fourth of July” which is next Tuesday. Sixty-nine percent of the crop is rated good to excellent, two-percent lower than last week. All but six-percent of the Wisconsin soybeans have emerged, and 74-percent is good to excellent, four points below last week. Officials say cooler temperatures slowed the crop growth last week, and frequent heavy rains have drowned out some fields while making the corn more yellow than normal in lower areas, and the U-S-D-A says things should get better once it gets warmer and drier.