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Michael Forsythe, of Hagerstown, Md., says his corn production has sharply rebounded from last year's drought. Overall, corn planted in states east of the Mississippi River has gotten plenty of sunshine and rain, increasing the likelihood that farmers would harvest a bumper crop of 10.1 billion bushels this fall, the Agriculture Department said Tuesday.

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