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Standing water brings early planting to a standstill
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Times photo: Brian Gray Wet fields have become a common sight to anyone who drives through Green and Lafayette counties. Farmers have to wait until fields dry before they can get in them to begin spring planting. More rain is forecast by the end of the week.
MONROE - Like a lot of people, farmers want a few dry days with warm temperatures.Area farmers have had to fight a long winter with record snowfalls and now rains that make fields soggy in most places and flooded in others.