As the wind began to gust and push down rows of delicate, silvery misty miller, vivid-colored celosia and tall, fuzzy, bottle-brush-shaped liatris on July 19, farmers Maggie Shuhan and Ben Olson worried.

“We have a lot to lose,” Maggie said. “We spend a lot of time obsessing over the radar. It’s pretty anxiety-inducing.”

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