Unseasonable summer weather has been of great concern to Ohio farmers. Rainfall has varied widely from month to month, and temperatures have generally been below normal. It appears, however, that the state's two most important crops - corn and soybeans - have been spared by a bit of genetic tinkering.
Suggested citation: “Ohio Agriculture,” Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Trends, no. 97-09, pp. 15, 09.01.1997.