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David Greising Explains How the Rains Are Hurting Spring Crops

Frequent thunderstorms and lowland flooding has delayed the spring planting season in the Midwest region. As of last week, reports indicated that just 82 percent of corn and 34 percent of soybeans had been planted. Usually by this time nearly all corn and most soybean plants have been planted. Business Contributor David Greising explains the other worries.

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