Spring wheat planting is wrapping up in southern South Dakota. South Dakota Wheat Commission Executive Director Reid Christopherson says the big question is how many acres will be planted. “We certainly know some acres got diverted into other row crops due to late planting. We should still be good in terms of timing of planting.” Christopherson says the winter wheat crop looks decent as it comes out of the ground. “It’s got good growth, it’s healthy and needs a good shot of rain.”
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