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Drought behind them, farmers now deal with too much water

May 3, 2013
As a result, only 1 percent of Indiana’s corn crop was planted by the week ending April 28, compared with 67 percent last year, an even-numbered year when some farmers planted as early as March, and the five-year average of 30 percent, according to US- DA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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