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Weather continues to devastate potato crops in Northeast North Dakota

Weather Continues to Devastate Potato Crops in Northeast North Dakota The heart of “Potato Country” in northeast North Dakota was devastated by baseball size hail that lasted up to 35 minutes last Tuesday night. The worst hail damage was along Highway 18 from Mountain to Hoople in Pembina and Walsh Counties but heavy rain, hail and strong winds caused damage to a much larger area extending south into northern Grand Forks County and east to the Red River. The Crystal, ND area was hard hit. Some growers that had previously lost 20 percent of their crops from heavy rains saw that number jump to as much as 80 percent. Property damage was also heavy. More

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