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An alfalfa field stretches across the landscape 10 miles north of Platte Tuesday. Recent cold temperatures could mean trouble for alfalfa and winter wheat fields that have started to sprout. (Chris Huber/Republic)

Freezing temps threaten plants

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With cold air and freezing temperatures descending on much of the Mitchell region in recent nights, concerns have arisen about crops planted during an unseasonably warm spring.

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