Wet fields a welcome sight across corn belt
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Corn planting in Nebraska, Iowa and some other states is way, way behind last year, and that’s just fine with a lot of farmers.
Other than the flooding it’s been causing in some spots, the rainstorms have been welcome, wet events in the drought-ridden corn belt.
Last spring, the skies weren’t so generous, but they allowed the planting of about 30 percent of the Nebraska crop by the end of April.
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