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This month's cover story: The fury of Mother Nature swept across much of the Corn Belt this spring with relentless rains that kept farmers and planters stuck in machine sheds well past optimal planting dates. Now, the wait is on to see what Mother Nature delivers until harvest – and how that might impact seed quality for next year.  “The biggest issue the industry faces in the core corn-production areas is that crops ar

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