MUCH-NEEDED precipitation through the U.S. heartland this year has replenished soil moisture, refilled ponds and promises to boost crop yields, thanks to the weather phenomenon known as El Nino, Iowa State University agricultural climatologist Elwynn Taylor noted.
The benefits for the Midwest may even continue into 2016.
El Nino is associated with a warming of the Pacific Ocean water and tends to bring warmer, drier conditio
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