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U.S. Spring Crop Season Jeopardized as Drought Persists

(Reuters)

The unrelenting drought gripping key farming states in the U.S. Plains shows no signs of abating, and it will take a deluge of snow or rain to restore critical moisture to farmland before spring planting of new crops, a climate expert said on Thursday.

"It's not a pretty picture," said climatologist Mark Svobada of the University of Nebraska's Drought Mitigation Center.

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