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AgweekTV full show: How do you like them apples?

This week on AgweekTV: The crops are in, but are they getting the rain they need? We'll check in with farmers in western Minnesota. Also, a Cass County family is taking an unusual approach to growing apples. Watch for more.

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Stacy Nelson-Heising, orchard manager for Cottonwood farm, Ayr, N.D., says her 11 acres of apple trees are planted in an alfalfa field where dandelions grow, both attracting pollinators. Forum News Service/Mikkel Pates

This week on AgweekTV: The crops are in, but are they getting the rain they need? We’ll check in with farmers in western Minnesota. Also, a Cass County family is taking an unusual approach to growing apples. Watch for more.

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