Harvest time arrives
As he rolls his harvester through his fields, Joe White normally would prefer the rain to stay away for a few weeks.
Fall rains, after all, can mean muddy fields that bog down combines, prevent plants from drying out and slow the annual corn and soybean harvest for farmers such as White, of Elburn.
This year, after a summer of little moisture and dry plants, White’s position on early fall precipitation has shifted.
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