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A year can make a big difference, especially in agriculture.
In 2012, a dry, hot summer caused problems for corn crops in Marion County.
But this year, excessive rain in early July had a detrimental effect on the local tobacco crop.
David Kessler, the Marion County extension agent for agriculture, said the county received between eight and 14 inches of rain from June 26 through July 12.
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