Corn nears "slowest year;" South Plains ranges poor
Rains are once again a mixed blessing in corn country. On the one hand, it is needed in many areas, and on the other, it continues to delay the remaining percentage points of corn plantings for this year. The slow progress has led to comparisons to 1993 and questions about whether this year has been the slowest year in recent memory.
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