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PHOTO: Persistent Corn

Agweek photographer Nick Nelson captured this photo of the week while in the Northwood, ND area on Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Recent rainfall and strong winds have damaged some crops in the Red River Valley, while others have been spared. Check back...

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Rainfall in the Northwood, ND area has overwhelmed some crops, like this field of corn captured on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, while others have continued to flourish. Nick Nelson/Agweek

Agweek photographer Nick Nelson captured this photo of the week while in the Northwood, ND area on Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Recent rainfall and strong winds have damaged some crops in the Red River Valley, while others have been spared. Check back for more Agweek content!

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