Northern Plains farmers didn’t have much time to apply fertilizer last fall. Now, the work is getting done. “Fertilizer demand has been been hectic, but manageable,” said Chris Kolstoe, agronomy manager, CHS Ag Services. “We’ve been applying for a few weeks in some areas. In North Dakota, Grand Forks and Larimore are on the front side of it.” There have been no issues re-supplying fertilizer. “We’ve unloaded one unit train of urea so far. We have a few more to dump and we’re also unloading a phosphate train,” said Kolstoe. “We’ll be in good shape. If we can get the rain away for a week we can get a lot done.” Listen to the story.