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DTN Editors' Notebook
Cheri Zagurski DTN Managing Editor
Tue Jun 30, 2015 03:29 PM CDT

Sharing photos gleaned from Twitter, Facebook and emails from readers, the discussion in the office Monday was of swamped crops and flooded fields. Some of the pictures were enough to send a shiver down one's spine ... if one was the type to feel the sorrow of submerged plants, yellowed vegetation, and just plain ol' crop losses.

One wag in the office remarked that nobody posts or emails pictures of the perfectly fine fields that must also exist in some areas this growing season. Well, yes, that's true. But it's the old story of what constitutes news. "Dog Bites Man" ...

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