Weather conditions troubled the crop year

Mar 9, 2012
Depending on location, producers in the U.S. battled everything from drought and above normal temperatures to heavy rains and lowland flooding, which led to decreased production of corn, soybeans, cotton and wheat—the first time such a year-to-year decrease has occurred in all four commodities since the 2002 crop year.

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