Rain-Delayed Corn Farmers Prefer Sowing Late to Idle LandJeff Wilson
Corn farmers from Iowa to North Dakota who delayed planting because of unusually heavy rain may stick with plans to sow crops well beyond the date for optimum yields, rather than switch to soybeans or leave fields fallow.
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