At Minto, North Dakota, Minto Ag Center owner Trevor Slominski says the area is receiving timely rains, but there’s not much subsoil moisture. “Coming from last fall, most of this area was dry. Timely rains will be key this year.” Crops in Pembina County look very good, but moisture is short and the cold temperatures are slowing crops down. Columbia Grain’s Matt Brown says a few acres of dry beans have been replanted near Walhalla. “A windy day a few weeks ago blew some leaves and stems off.” It was a long planting season for Langdon, North Dakota farmer Kevin Waslaski, but all of his acres went in. “The early planted wheat looks good. So does the canola, but flea beetles have been a challenge.” Listen to the full Crop Watch segment.