Corn is doing well at least.
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A mild, wet summer has given the northern tier of the heartland a break from drought, while the drought still has a firm grip on states in the Central and Southern Plains.

For majority of the High Plains and Midwest, drought has become a relatively nonexistent issue. For now, areas of abnormal dryness or moderate drought dot the region.

Further to the south, however, the drought tells a different story. From Kansas to Texas, drought still dominates the landscape, though conditions have improved over the last several months according to latest Drought Monitor report: