Corn and soybeans are holding on, but the drought is having an impact. NK agronomist Tiffany Braasch says the crops are in various growth stages. “Corn and soybeans will be a little tough this year. A lot of the crop sat in dry dirt after planting, especially in the western part of the state.” With the great variability in the crop, harvest will be a challenge. “I think you’re going to have a lot of different moisture stages. Hopefully, we get a great dry down and get a good, late fall.”
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