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May 20, 2015

Dust Up

Paul Stempfle is nearly hidden from view in the tractor cab because of heavy dust while silhouetted against the sun as he swings farm equipment around and heads south—putting canola and a blend of fertilizer into the soil a few kilometres west of Provost for Johnstone Lumber Co. Ltd. Barry Johnstone said that they are planting one third of their land to canola and two thirds to wheat. Meanwhile parts of a new green crop just emerging east of town. ©Provost News Photo.

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