Signs of Spring Flooding Remain in Corn, Soybean Fields

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on Mar 4, 2014

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on Mar 5, 2014

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on Mar 11, 2014

Those photos tell us a lot. The crops were destroyed by the spring flood which happened last year. The farmers had to suffer a lot of loss. Let us hope that such a disaster will not happen again. Keep sharing.
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on Mar 18, 2014

Those photos tell us a lot. The crops were destroyed by the spring flood which happened last year. The farmers had to suffer a lot of loss. Let us hope that such a disaster will not happen again. Keep sharing. source: Android APK

on Mar 23, 2014

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