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While he waited for their fields near Clarks Grove, Minn., to dry, Jerry Demmer, right, helped his brother Brian get a tractor and planter ready to go on April 26.
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Fields near Fairmont, Minn., were still snowy in late April. This spring’s late start could reduce crop yields.
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Corn from last year’s harvest rested amid stalks May 7 near Carlisle, Iowa. Since then, farmers have made rapid progress in planting.
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