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Wet weather and white mold concerns grow

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A Michigan grower says he’s only been able to harvest three days this month because of wet conditions.

Sixth-generation farmer Kory Brodbeck tells Brownfield he’s combined about a third of his soybeans.

“This is about as late as I can remember as far as seeing this much crop staying in the field this late in the year,” he shares.

He says a June drought stalled growth for about five weeks and once the rains came in July, they haven’t really stopped.

Wet weather and white mold concerns grow