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Published November 18, 2009, 08:06 AM

Fungus fears ease in Dakotas

A fungus problem with the potential to create widespread damage to corn crops in the Dakotas for perhaps the first time in memory might not be as ominous as first feared. Initial tests are showing that the corn ear molds that are showing up in North Dakota and South Dakota are not of the type that can make corn inedible for cattle.

By: By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press , The Jamestown Sun

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