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Crops hanging on despite dry conditions in Minnesota

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An extension educator suggests crops are hanging on despite extreme dryness in parts of Minnesota.

Dave Nicolai with the University of Minnesota says corn looks good from the road.

“But if you get into some of these corn fields you’ll find some differences in height, certainly differences in ear length (and) girth in that type of a situation.”

He tells Brownfield corn and soybeans need more rain with depleted soil moisture supplies across the state.

Crops hanging on despite dry conditions in Minnesota

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