Snow, rain and cold weather delayed spring fieldwork this past week. In northeastern North Dakota, M-R Consulting owner Mark Ramsey said there wasn’t a lot of wheat seeded before the snow. “Wheat may be at about 15 percent seeded in our area and it’s too cool to plant sugarbeets.” Near Crookston, Minnesota, Gary Wagner said he is grateful for the moisture. “We haven’t had decent moisture since July.” Before the rain and snow, Wagner started seeding spring wheat. “We started on April 6 and it was going into decent conditions.” In Elbow Lake, Minnesota, Red River Marketing sales associate Leah Johnson says farmers seeded small grains before the moisture, but no corn and soybean activity is happening yet. Listen to the latest Crop Watch.