North Dakota farmers are telling two very different stories this growing season. Some are too wet, while others are too dry. At Ashley, North Dakota, Maverick Ag owner Mark Rohrich woke up to another two inches of rain Thursday morning, with more rain continuing to fall. Soils are already saturated, which is causing some problems in crops. “There is some reduced corn stands,” says Rohrich. “The wheat is like wheat grown on a concrete pad. While the fields are wet, they are very hard on top.” In north central North Dakota, Rolette farmer Ryan Pederson has been dealing with dust this spring. The most recent U.S. Drought Monitor shows moderate and severe drought in the northern tier of counties. Pederson says timely rains within the past week are revitalizing crops. “Some of the canola went into dry dirt. We have soybeans in places with uneven stands that waited for the rain.” Listen to more.