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Rain Hurting Some Crops



Indiana farmers who endured drought a year ago now are dealing with downpours.

One man who farms in Vigo and Clay Counties says some of his soybeans are turning yellow because of too much moisture.

But he still hopes for above-average yields of corn, beans and wheat.

A state climatologist says Indiana is averaging about 30% more precipitation than a normal year.

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Locations : ClayIndianaVigo