Corn could be "tremendous" if needed rain arrives soon
MORRIS - Minnesota corn was in excellent shape, but two weeks of dry weather during a critical stage of the crop's development is threatening a potentially tremendous crop.
"The corn looks as good as it's looked in a long time," said George Nelson, a crop scientist with the West Central Research and Outreach Center.
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