Unique problems arise for Upper Midwest farmers
GRAND FORKS (AP) -- The mild winter and early spring that gave Upper Midwest farmers a head start have also led to headaches in the form of unusual weeds and insects.
The arrival of normal weed and insect problems has been accelerated and new issues that farmers don't encounter in a typical growing season are popping up, according to Agweek.
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