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|Thursday, March 18, 2010|
While Northwest wheat growers aren't worried just yet about the relatively dry winter season, they say more rain will need to come in order for the crop to survive the hot summer months.
And the relative lack of precipitation is preventing Northwest farmers from switching to alternative crops like their Midwest peers.
Read the full story at The Register-Guard.
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