Corn prices are up, due to the expectation that farmers will plant less corn than usual. / Florida Food & Farm file photo

Corn is an important crop in the Sunshine State. In recent years, many farmers have enjoyed excellent crop yields. But now, because of a glut caused by bumper harvests, many are scaling back plans to grow certain crops, such as corn and soybeans. This is helping to drive up prices.

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