N.H. growers say corn crop's good
"It was dry in April and May, there was flooding in June, a heat wave in July and now it's been cool in August," said the owner of Peters' Farm in Salem. "We've really run the gamut."
"It's been pretty good," he said. "We'll have just as much as we normally have had, and the quality is still just as good."
"The one thing farmers have had going for them is that the moisture this year has been really good," Sideman said. "It's produced some nice plump ears." She expects corn production will end up around the same as it has been in recent years.
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