Commercial agricultural banks continued their upswing in performance in 1992, but Midwest flooding and Southeast drought leave a question mark on 1993, according to a trade group survey.

Record increases in earnings and capital last year mean agriculture lenders are well equipped to deal with problem credits likely to result from the widespread crop damage in the Mississippi River basin this past summer from flooding and in the Southeast from the lack of rain.

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