At Moorhead, Minnesota, American Crystal Sugar Company general agronomist Tyler Grove says the sugarbeet crop is coming along well. “We were a little behind the average planting date of May 5, but the beets are now getting some heat and seem to be responding well.” Farmers in the Fergus Falls area have most of their crops in the ground. “There are a few trouble spots towards the Grant County line and further south and west,” says AgCountry Farm Credit Services Vice President of Insurances and Commodity Marketing Rob Fronning. “We’re going to have some prevent plant claims, but I think most farmers got most of the crop in.” There are a few soybeans and dry beans still to plant around Perham. “Side-dressing corn will happen in the next ten days, and the first round of fertilizer is going out on alfalfa,” says Professional Agronomy Services agronomist Brad Guck. Listen to the full Crop Watch segment, and check out a Facebook video recap.