In the Carrington, North Dakota area Swanson Seeds associate sales representative Doug Retzlaff says the soybeans have great potential. “The August rains were beneficial for the soybeans, but we’ll see if the pod count adds up with the late rains.” The 79-day corn is denting near Fessenden. “We’ve had a good pollination season this year and if Mother Nature plays well with us, we should be fine,” says Pioneer sales representative Leon Klocke. The August rains are also helping the soybeans fill pods. Hail cut into the potential for crops in the Windsor area. However, Pioneer dealer Craig Staloch says the corn should still do well if the crop makes it to maturity. “There has been plenty of moisture and it’s been a cool growing season, too.” Check out the Carrington, Fessenden and Windsor crops and hear more.