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PHOTO: Barley Down

Agweek photographer Nick Nelson captured this photo of the week of barley fields near Thompson, N.D. with significant lodging, which occurs when strong winds and/or heavy precipitation cause small grains to be bent over towards the soil, while on...

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Barley fields near Thompson, N.D. show evidence of lodging, which can occur when strong winds and/or heavy precipitation damage small grains and cause them to be bent over towards the soil, on Monday, July 18, 2016. Nick Nelson/Agweek

Agweek photographer Nick Nelson captured this photo of the week of barley fields near Thompson, N.D. with significant lodging, which occurs when strong winds and/or heavy precipitation cause small grains to be bent over towards the soil, while on assignment with Agweek reporter Jonathan Knutson on Monday, July 18, 2016.

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Nick Nelson is a photographer and sports clerk at the Grand Forks Herald.
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