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Manitoba Crop Report
Tue Jul 1, 2014 12:39 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- The following are highlights from the weekly crop progress report issued June 30 from the Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Initiatives department.

Many areas of Manitoba received significant amounts of rainfall over the weekend, adding to the rainfall already received over the past few weeks.

The wet and cool weather conditions continue to affect crops as symptoms of excess moisture stress, including yellowing and slowed crop development are evident in many fields. Crop death has also been noted in the most severely affected areas of the fields. It is anticipated that further crop damage will occur due to ...

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