Other Field Crops

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Although soybeans were introduced into Ohio in the mid 1800s, they did not become an important crop until the 1900s. Since the Second World War, there has been a big increase in cultivation of soybeans in Ohio. Today, soybeans and corn are the leading crops in Ohio's agriculture.

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