One of the wettest Decembers in the last half-century closed a just-right year for rain and production for the state’s agriculture industry.
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Ohio corn production (in bushels)
|Source:||U.S. Department of Agriculture|
1. 1990 (10.04 inches)
2. 2011 (5.34)
3. 2008 (5.12)
4. 1951 (5.07)
5. 2013 (4.58)
Source: National Climatic Data Center
More online: Our interactive page shows precipitation levels in the Dayton region since 1949. View it at MyDaytonDailyNews.com/local.