Some low areas of corn and soybean fields still have water and ponding from not only a wet spring, but a wet summer.
Sand remains on top of the soil from flooding earlier in the spring/summer in this Iowa field.
You can see where water flow was strong enough to make a path through fields.
These aerial photos show the results of a record-wet spring in east-central Iowa near Waterloo as of July 2. Aerial photos courtesy of Bob Recker, Cedar Valley Innovation, Waterloo, IA.
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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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