The majority of the soybeans and corn remain in North Dakota and Minnesota fields. Mycogen Seeds commercial agronomist Morgan Hanson says the amount of snow and rain accumulation will determine when farmers can get back to harvesting.”If the ground doesn’t freeze, it will be a while until farmers get back into fields,” says Hanson. “The stability of soybeans should be fine, but the amount of snow will determine that.” Stalk integrity is a major factor in corn, as the crop has been sitting in saturated soils for an extended period of time. Hanson encourages farmers to reevaluate that integrity after the winter weather passes. “Some stalks will be broken down. Farmers just need to take notes and evaluate what is standing and how long it has been standing.” Hear from Hanson in this interview.