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Specialists share insight into challenges facing ag and families

Jul 27, 2012
“For a while everything looked healthy and green, then in the last 10 days the plants’ upper leaves began to stand straight up and curl lengthways—a defense mechanism triggered when the plants are under moisture stress,” said Fanning, a South Dakota State University (SDSU) Extension plant pathology field specialist who lives in Lyman County.

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