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Manitoba Crop Progress Report
Mon Jul 15, 2013 08:23 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- The following are highlights from the weekly crop progress report issued July 15 from the Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Initiatives department.

A weather system containing strong winds, heavy rains and hail passed through an area of the Southwest Region. Field and forage crops, as well shelterbelts and farm infrastructure, were affected by the storm. Damage to annual crops ranges from light to severe, with assessments continuing over the next several days.

Good growing conditions in other areas of Manitoba continue to advance crops, as well as allowing producers to make good progress with haying operations and applications ...

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