Stromme Seed Company owner Trevor Stromme says lack of moisture is impacting area crops. “The corn looks good, but it’s variable across the region. Soybeans are drought-stressed in areas, but otherwise I think everything’s gonna hold its own,” says Stromme. “We’re expecting an average crop.” Stromme says some farmers are two-to-four weeks away from corn and soybean harvest. Both disease and insect pressure is low. Catch more of Stromme’s conversation with RRFN’s Megan Ternquist.
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