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Too wet to work: Farmers hope cold, wet weather gives way to allow planting (with video)

10:05 PM, Apr. 30, 2013
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Sheboygan County farmers will need a stretch of warm, dry weather in the next two weeks to get corn planted on time and avoid losses following a wet spring that's left farm fields soaked.

Local agriculture officials say there's been little, if any, tilling in area farm fields so far this year and virtually no planting, as farmers wait for the ground to dry and soil temperatures to rise.

Farmers here typically begin planting corn by the last week of April, though they're able to wait as late as mid-May before they risk lower yields come harvest time. ...

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