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|Monday, May 24, 2010|
Stripe rust, a disease that lowers yields and quality of wheat, has arrived early this year due to an unusually cold and wet spring.
Yields have decreased between ten and 50 percent throughout the Willamette Valley, discouraging farmers, some of whom were just hoping to break even.
Read the whole story at the Capital Press.
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