The planters are rolling near Fisher, Minnesota. “It was a little slow getting going, but conditions are about right,” says area farmer Steve Williams. “The biggest holdup right now is we’re waiting for fertilizer to be spread on sugarbeet ground.” At Thief River Falls, CHS Ag Services sales agronomist Josh Knaack says wheat seeding is coming to a close. “Soybeans, corn and canola are going in the ground and soon to be sunflowers.” While soil temperatures are still a bit cool, Grygla farmer Steve Sparby says the dry conditions have helped. Over the past week, Crookston farmer Kevin Capristran says quite a bit of wheat has gone in the ground. “We should also be able to put in sugarbeets fairly quick as well.” Elliot Solheim, who farms at Greenview, is getting corn in the ground. “There are very few wet spots to go around and try to follow up right behind the planter with a pre-emerge.” Listen to the full Crop Watch segment.