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Here's a sampling of what some folks are saying:
These beans were no-tilled into corn stalks. Several of the beans are covered by piles of stalks now.
We also have several fields like this one that made it though. Very nice looking field.
-- Boone County, Neb.
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-- Darrell Smith,
Farm Journal Conservation & Machinery Editor
High yields and big variations in the price offered to farmers in the Texas Rolling Plains have contributed to gluts of wheat at co-op elevators. (U.S. Department of Agriculture photo by Scott Bauer)
-- Mercer County, northwest Illinois
-- Southwest Ohio
-- Poison Ivy in a southern Ohio wheat field.
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