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Significant Moisture Needed To Help Save Crops

A significant rain could help stabilize the area corn crop while also helping with the growth of soybeans, but that moisture needs to come pretty quick.

So says Phil Hoffman of Hoffman and Reed, who noted that area farmers could still have a strong soybean crop if a good rain was received. He pointed to 1980, when it was not until early in August before the area received significant moisture

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