Farmers across the state of Ohio calling it 'a terrible start to the growing season'

Farmers are behind on planting crops like soybeans and corn because of this spring's never-ending rains.
0:35 | 06/21/19

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In Crosby township Ohio I'm Josh does not farmers across the state are dealing with what they're calling a terrible start to the growing season. Heavy rain has most farmers way behind on planting crops like corn. And soybeans the problem is so bad Ohio governor Mike DeWine is now calling for federal disaster aid to help farmers across the state. One farmer I spoke to says this is the weather starts of the season he's seen in nearly forty years and now the concern is how this might impact shoppers in Ohio. And across the country in Crosby township I'm Josh does not you're watching ABC news lie.

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