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Published September 12, 2011, 05:12 AM

Getting to know the lay of the land

TOWNER, N.D. — There’s something to be said for generational knowledge of a piece of ground — when you can steer around a boggy spot because your dad warned you about it when you were a kid driving through the field, or go right to a little-known patch of Juneberries because your mom let you in on the secret of where to find them.

By: Ryan Taylor, Special to Agweek

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