LANSING (WKZO) -- There is not much hope for a good crop in much of the state when it comes to corn and soybeans this year. The drought has taken a massive toll on the field crops, with 56-percent of the corn rated in poor to very poor condition in the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture crop progress report. 50-percent of soybeans are also in poor to very poor condition. The looming field crop disaster follows a spring where nearly all of the state's fruit crops except blueberries and strawberries were destroyed by several freezes in April.
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