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One major problem after the floodwaters are gone is microbial growth on surfaces in buildings. This can lead to various human issues, including general discomfort, irritated mucous membranes and irritation to the nervous system. People should wear personal protective equipment when cleaning up. (Photo courtesy of Nebraska governor's office)
Flood Cleanup Requires Care
3/25/2019 | 12:49 PM CDT
Bayer hopes to bring a three-way stack of dicamba, glufosinate and glyphosate-tolerant corn to the market in early- to mid-2020s. (DTN photo by Pamela Smith)
More Dicamba to Come?
3/21/2019 | 3:22 PM CDT
  1. High Waters Remain; Rains Later This Week Could Exacerbate Flooding

  2. Many Risk Factors in Flood Recovery

  3. Opening Day Arrives for 2019 Great Lakes Shipping Season

  4. Dicamba-Stacked Corn on the Horizon

  5. Agriculture, State Organizations Try to Help Farmers Affected by Flood, Blizzard

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