Drought Stretching to Second Year Boosting Risk for U.S. CropsJeff Wilson
The risk of drought damaging U.S. corn and soybean crops for a second year is increasing as forecasters predict persistently dry weather in the Midwest and Great Plains through April, the start of the planting season.
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