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-- crippling summer drought still affecting the midwest causing corn farmers to drive their prices up to an all time high.
Foam broke -- -- -- field because they didn't have anywhere to put.
Here Mississippi the lack of rain not allowing the corn fields have floors causing dry -- years of court.
But that may not be the worst part the ears of corn that -- -- inspection can't be delivered in a timely manner the Mississippi river's water levels have dropped so much many ports -- closed causing farmers to use eighteen wheelers add an added expense of getting you'll do kamikaze.
-- -- Thousand dollars meanwhile in Tulsa Oklahoma sprinklers are working overtime -- local neighborhoods young trees and samplings are taking the biggest -- Soil temperatures are elevated because.
The high temperatures.
And they're losing a lot of water to their roots are stressed out older trees in the area are still feeling the effects from 2000 seven's ice storm.
And Wisconsin a little rain fell much to the delight of local farmers.
The alfalfa and soybean crops needing water the most but farmers and shoppers say they'll have to wait around a little longer to seek a lasting effects.
It looks actually veer injury considering the dry hot -- we've -- legislation in the house -- drought affected farmers it's related to appear on the floor Wednesday.
The bill would extend for one year the five year farm and food act which is set to expire in September.
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