At the beginning of August, there was virtually no drought in corn and soybean acreage regions, but fast forward to September, and the story has changed, U.S. Department of Agriculture’s chief meteorologist Brad Rippey reported. In fact, he relayed that drought in the lower 48 states nearly tripled in August, although it was still a little less than 3.5% overall.
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