It is early, but corn and soybeans have been harvested already. “It is coming fast and the thing to keep in mind is we have to manage harvest this year. There will be big variations within fields. I’m scared that if corn and soybeans stay out too long, we could lose bushels if we don’t manage it right.” Pioneer field agronomist Larry Lunder is based in Mandan, North Dakota. Lunder says the crop is a good two-to-three weeks ahead of a normal year. “At least, we won’t be chasing the crop late into the season.”
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