A growing problem: Farmers reeling from unrelenting rains

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Sunflower County could see a stretch of nearly seven days without rainfall this week, but all the work farmers are doing between storms could be wiped out with heavy rains, which could move in on Sunday and last through Monday morning.

This is what area farmers have been dealing with this entire planting season.

 
 
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