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Published August 05, 2011, 12:00 AM

Wet grass

Dennis Glaser, 64, of Tangent, Ore., looks over his field of premium rye grass in Tangent, Ore. Across the Northwest, farmers like Glaser are watching their bottom lines as they cope with a year of cool, wet weather causing late cherry crops, spoiled peaches and world-class grass seed that could germinate before it ever reaches the market. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Read the article: Rainy, cold season for Northwest farmers