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Planting Choices Update - 4
Pam Smith DTN\Progressive Farmer Crops Technology Editor
Thu Nov 1, 2012 06:53 AM CDT

DECATUR, Ind. (DTN) -- When snow and sleet arrived at John Nidlinger's farm on the heels of Hurricane Sandy, all he could wonder was what could possibly be next. The 2012 growing season handed out enough weather issues to test the mightiest of men and delivered some lessons to those willing to listen. The Decatur, Ind., farmer still has about half his corn harvest to complete.

"What did I learn this year?" Nidlinger pondered in a DTN interview conducted while combining soybeans. "Patience -- it was not a good year to let emotions affect your thought process."

Nidlinger's statement applies ...

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