Late season dryness is taking the top off of the corn and soybean crops. Premium Ag Solutions President Beau Jacobson, who is based at Hitterdal, Minnesota, is hoping for some moisture. “Three weeks ago, I would have said we had the best crop ever and week-after-week, we watched it steadily decline. It’s hanging in there, but a good inch rain would really help.” Jacobson is still expecting an above-average crop.
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