SW Minn. effort to measure climate change effects on crops

Associated Press: Just south of Milroy is an acreage that has belonged to the Hicks family since 1885, but these days the field is wired with electronic instruments that transmit data in real time to the University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center in Lamberton. The center is one of the partners in the five-year United States Department of Agriculture funded Sustainable Corn Project, the Independent of Marshall reported. "This field is part of a nine-state 40-scientist regional project," said Jeff......

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