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Recent rains give crops boost
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A soybean field adjacent to a small creek on Melvin Rd. south of Monroe is one of many that has had no shortage of rain recently. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - The tallest corn in Wisconsin is in the south central and southwest regions, which includes Green and Lafayette counties. Corn in these areas is averaging 19 and 16 inches high respectively, compared to the state average of 12 inches, according to the USDA Wisconsin Crop Report released June 24. The state five-year average is 20 inches.

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