Warm temperatures moved corn crop along but also caused stress
ST. PAUL -- Frequent rainfall this spring delayed planting by at least 10 to 14 days in most of Minnesota, compared to last year; however, above-normal July temperatures caused rapid corn growth, resulting in a crop that is at a similar stage of development as last year.
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