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Rain over the last several days has helped saturate crop fields in need of moisture.
Much more rain could be trouble, but the current amount of moisture should be sufficient to replenish the moisture sucked out of the soil during the drought this past summer, said Doug Shepherd, county extension agent for agriculture and natural resources.
“Hopefully, the rain we’re getting will get us back where we need to be,” he said.
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