Promising corn crop deteriorating in extreme heat

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The season was looking great for Hoosier farmers but now our corn crops are hurting.

The dry weather and extreme heat are causing some of the crops to deteriorate.

Agriculturists say some farmers will still do well, but others face significant losses.

At last check, one-third of Indiana was considered “abnormally dry.”

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