There’s concern about drought, but growers are generally optimistic going into the 2021 planting season. Pioneer Field Agronomist Larry Lunder made that observation during the KMOT Ag Expo. Show in Minot. “The attitude is a 180 degree shift from a year ago,” said Lunder. “We basically took off two crops in 2020 and from a seed aspect, it’s probably the best year we’ve had in about six years.”
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