COLUMBIA — Broken stalks and dusty corn cobs from last year’s crop are scattered across many Missouri fields where there should be waist-high corn. Excessive rain this spring has caused a delay in corn planting, which could threaten the quality of the crop and decrease the potential yield for Missouri farmers.
Rain causes delay in corn planting
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