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Principal Meteorologist, James Disu has announced that rains will continue to pour in the middle and coastal areas but added the Northern sector is easing out of its raining season.
He urged farmers to opt for crops with early maturing life to plant so they can quickly make their returns.
Crops grown after the rainy season only have about a month to yield.