In Barnes County, North Dakota, NDSU Extension agent Randy Grueneich says the crop is all over the board. “Some of the wheat that got in early is moving along, and there are some soybeans just poking up. The corn acres are in, but we need heat to move it along,” says Grueneich. There was some prevent plant in the county. “We’ll see how the number shakes out, but it may be at least 10 percent.” The majority of the crops near Jamestown are planted. NDSU Extension Agent for Stutsman County Alicia Harstad says there are some trouble spots. Crop progress is slow due to the cool temperatures. “With this heat, hopefully the corn will start to get going, along with the soybeans,” says Harstad. “It’s just a slow year.” Edgeley, North Dakota farmer Mike Brandenburg says LaMoure County is wet. The crop that did get planted is looking okay. “There is a respectable corn stand, but the crop needs some heat units,” says Brandenburg. “The recent rains could help the soybeans. We had to reseed some of the beans.” Listen to the full Crop Watch segment.