Crop conditions vary widely in south-central North Dakota. “Where it has rained, it is a garden spot,” said Mike Appert, who farms at Hazelton. “Go two-or-three miles away and there’s no rain with big areas that are bad. I expect to see a lot of wheat abandonment.” For row crops, Appert said the limiting factor on yield will be (the lack of) water.”
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