More acres planted in state’s major row crops than in 2013
MISSISSIPPI STATE -- Mississippi producers planted more of the state’s major row crops than they planned in March, and the majority of them are in good condition.
Corn acreage is down in Mississippi this year, but the other major row crops saw increases. This field was photographed July 1, 2014, at Mississippi State University’s R.R. Foil Plant Science Research Center in Starkville, Mississippi.
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