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Arid conditions no cause for alarm

Drought conditions have returned in Minnesota, but the early-summer rains put moisture in the soil bank

August 23, 2013
By Steve Browne , Marshall Independent

MARSHALL - Though the U.S. Drought Monitor shows most of the state in "unusually dry" conditions and two patches in the northwest and northeast listed as "moderate drought," there is no cause for alarm, according to agriculture experts.



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