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When measured by the extent of damage done, what is the most important factor limiting crop production in the United States?

NoraWI says 2015-12-07 09:58:08 (CST)

I must confess that sometimes I have trouble understanding those questions. But let me give this one a try. I would say that too much water or the lack of water are probably the most damaging conditions to crops.

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Michael Sills says 2015-12-07 21:05:33 (CST)

I'm saying flood or high winds

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JerryHicks says 2015-12-08 05:20:55 (CST)

Insufficient rainfall.

I have to agree on this question in particular. I had to read it several times to figure out exactly what they were asking.

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Wes Lupher says 2015-12-08 08:13:05 (CST)

In my neck of the woods drought is it, for sure.

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So. Oh. Bill says 2015-12-08 17:21:20 (CST)

Just to be different, Let's say temperature . Too cold and nothing grows and too hot, everything suffers

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