Corn and soy row crop agriculture in Story and Marshall Counties, Iowa

Corn and soy row crop agriculture in Story and Marshall Counties, Iowa.

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Row crop agriculture is pervasive in what was once the core breeding habitat of monarch butterflies. Corn and soy agriculture once provided abundant milkweed (Asclepia spp.) for monarchs to lay eggs and on which caterpillars fed. Corn and soy agriculture can no longer be considered habitat for monarch butterflies.

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Image Dimensions: 4138 x 2020

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Location Taken: US