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AgweekTV: Region's crops drown in recent rains

Some farmers in the region are struggling with too much rain, which is covering fields, killing newly planted crops and inhibiting planting.

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A pool of standing water from heavy weekend rains divides a field near Emerado, N.D. (Nick Nelson/Agweek)

Some farmers in the region are struggling with too much rain, which is covering fields, killing newly planted crops and inhibiting planting. 

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