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Corn Dries Up, Even As Farmers Try To Combat Heat

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The heat and drought that brought much of Colorado Springs into danger has also hit the Midwest. Temperatures broke 100 degrees in the Great Plains, and the heat and lack of rain is endangering what was expected to be a bumper crop of corn. Host Scott Simon speaks with Tim Lenz, a farmer in central Illinois.
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