DURING one of the busiest seasons for U.S. agriculture, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Mississippi Valley Division recently closed the Mississippi River to daylight traffic for a three-mile stretch near Memphis, Tenn., for construction.
The Nov. 7 closure was expected to last 14 days for planned mat-laying work along the Mississippi River, but agricultural groups urged the Corps to reconsider the timing of the project.
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