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The lack of rain and the rising costs of farming and growing have been topics of conversation among Union County farmers.
According to Stanley Wise, Union County Extension Director for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, "The top agricultural commodity in Union County is forestry, followed by soybeans, cattle and calves, corn, then cotton. We have more timber resources than anything else." He added that cotton was the major crop here for years and years, but it depletes a lot of nitrogen out of the soil.
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