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ISSUE DATE: 02/18/2008

Breeding programs, production tips can prepare corn for drought

Corn farmers can plan for many variables when they make their production decisions.

They can pencil in labor and machinery expenses. They can tally up seed and chemical costs. They can even predict, to some extent, prices and government payments.

But the one thing that will make or break their production is the one thing they have limited control over--water.


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