At Tower City, North Dakota, Innovative Ag Solutions operators Justin Johnson and Brandon Larson say later-than-normal planting and rains benefited the crop. “The early soybeans are doing well,” said Johnson. “An average soybean yield would be in the mid-30s, and I’m expecting an above average crop.” The corn crop is also expected to be above average, according to Larson. The Tower City area is 200-plus Growing Degree Units ahead of the long-term average. Learn more in this interview. The Red River Farm Network Crop Tour is presented by Pioneer.