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Continued: Waterlogged fields wash out Minnesota corn, soybean crops

  • Article by: TOM MEERSMAN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: July 1, 2014 - 6:14 AM

Tom Meersman • 612-673-7388


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  • Dave Johnson and his son, Adam, both from the Alexandria area, step over running water in one of their farm fields.

  • This photo shows a flooded field on June 18, 2014, in Mankato, Minn.

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