The parallels between the 2009 crop season and the 2008 crop season are striking. This summer is closing out much like last summer for crops. The early season concern about delayed planting and crop progress is fading under steady doses of sunshine and timely rains. And with crop conditions holding, crop production is up and prices have worked their way down.
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Hart, Chad, "2009 Crop Year is Mirror Image of 2008" (2009). Integrated Crop Management News. 551.
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