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Aug. 20, 2013MO |  By: Barnett

Area Crop Outlook

The northwest Missouri region experienced tough drought conditions early in the summer, but have had nice timely rains since. Regional Agronomist for University of Missouri Extension, Wayne Flanary, says farmers should be happy with the corn crop.

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Flanary says the timely rains have been crucial for soybean farmers.

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Flanary says the cooler temperatures have limited corn and soybean diseases and insect activity this year.