Agronomist predicts good growing season around Farmington
Even though this has been an unseasonably dry year in Minnesota, area farmers could see a better crop than usual by harvest time.
At least, that's what University of Minnesota Extension corn agronomist Jeff Colture thinks. He's heard the predictions of drought in the state, but he doesn't think Farmington-area farmers need worry as much as farmers in the southwestern part of the state.
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