In south-central North Dakota at Braddock, Daniel Mock faced grueling conditions this spring. “It was super wet and none of our ground was fit to seed early on. A little later, the bean ground dried out faster and we were able to start on corn, but for soybean planting, the corn stalks are wet, wet, wet.” Prevent Plant is not unusual in the Prairie Pothole Region, but Mock will be seeing a higher-than-typical situation with 25 percent PP.
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