Wet weather has put the brakes on corn planting in much of the Midwest.
In Iowa, agriculture officials say this year's spring planting is among the slowest in a decade, with only 3% of the state's corn crop in the ground.
That compares to 61% at the same time last year and the average of 28%. Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey says some farmers are beginning to worry about replanting if corn doesn't germinate and develop.
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