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May freeze damaged corn in North Carolina

The freeze that occurred in early May damaged about 2 percent of the corn crop in North Carolina according to a report this week in the Southeast Farm Press. An additional 4 percent suffered some minor leaf burn but should grow out of it. Some of the worst-hit fields may have to be replanted. The article noted that there was little damage to soybeans. You can read more here.

Source: Valerie Everett, Commons Wikimedia