Planting in Minnesota continues around intermittent rain showers
WORTHINGTON -- Eastern Jackson County farmer Loren Tusa is wondering when, exactly, farmers were supposed to start planting this year.
It was warm and dry early, then it cooled off. They now have intermittent rain showers to work around.
"Conditions were ideal two weeks ago and it was really dry," said Tusa while hauling corn Tuesday morning. "Now we're going into this humid, wet planting cycle."
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