Corn, Soy Yields Shrink in Hottest U.S. Summer Since 1936Jeff Wilson and Christine Harvey
The hottest, driest summer since 1936 in the Midwest eroded yield prospects for corn and soybean crops in the U.S. for a third year to the lowest since 2003.
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