In many areas of the Northern Plains, there’s been some spring wheat seeded. WestBred Wheat Technical Product Manager Grant Mehring says most of it is sitting in dry dirt. In southwest North Dakota, about one-third of the spring wheat is in the ground. “The other two-thirds are really waiting until after Easter. At that point, there will be a wide-open amount of wheat going in over a big swath of North Dakota and Minnesota.
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