How to Get High Yields Out of Wet Fields

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Corn photos from MI Corn College 2014. ( Aimee Cope )

A new University of Illinois study shows excessively wet years can reduce the U.S. corn yield by 34%.

Tyne Morgan recently sat down with three high-yielding farmers who say while weather plays a key role, there are some things you can do today to make sure your fields are set up for driving higher yields. 

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