United States: 43% of state’s corn crop in poor to very poor condition

Journal Sentinel: Close to half the corn crop in Wisconsin and other corn-producing states is in poor to very poor condition, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday, as one of the nation's worst-ever droughts continues to turn the growing season into a nightmare for many. In Wisconsin, 43% of the corn crop is in very poor to poor condition, the report said. About a third of the state's corn - 31% - is considered to be in good or excellent condition by the USDA, and 26% of the state's corn crop is in fair......

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