Durum wheat acres rebound in ND after flooding
FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Durum wheat acres in North Dakota have rebounded dramatically a year after flooding devastated the prime durum-growing region in the state.
The Agriculture Department's June acreage report estimates North Dakota durum acres at 1.4 million, up 87 percent over the year. Durum is used for pasta.
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