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Corn silk emerges from an ear of corn in a field east of Bruce on Aug. 20. The hot, dry weather persisting in most areas of South Dakota could have a negative effect on soybean and corn yields. (AP Photo/Dirk Lammers)

Hot, dry weather could affect corn, soy yields

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By Dirk Lammers

The hot, dry weather persisting in most areas of South Dakota is likely to hurt soybean and corn yields, analysts say, as the crops are less mature than during a typical summer.

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