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Published July 21, 2009, 05:38 AM

Report: cool weather delayed some crops

FARGO (AP) — The Agriculture Department says cool temperatures over the past week have delayed late-maturing crops in North Dakota and there are signs that the grasshopper population is higher than normal.

FARGO (AP) — The Agriculture Department says cool temperatures over the past week have delayed late-maturing crops in North Dakota and there are signs that the grasshopper population is higher than normal.

The latest crop report says farmers were able to spray their crops and cut hay over the past week. It says the cool weather helped small grains.

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