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Planting in Road Right of Ways Prohibited
Minnesota Ag Connection - 04/18/2017
The Stearns County Highway Department reminds farmers that planting crops within road right of way is illegal.
State law prohibits plowing, tilling and/or planting in the right of way, driving lanes, shoulders, ditches and sight corners at intersections.
This will prevent a situation where crops block a drivers' vision, create erosion concerns or other safety issues.
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