Ongoing drought conditions and temperatures in the 90s and 100s are causing stressful growing conditions at Langdon, North Dakota. “We have to dig two inches down to get moisture,” says sales representative Jake Muhs. “The corn is taking a beating with the wind and hot temperatures.” According to Pioneer field agronomist Kristie Sundeen, it may be a little too late to salvage some crops in this area. Watch the video interview.
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