Harvest is mostly wrapped up in southwestern North Dakota. Dekalb Asgrow Technical Agronomist Cody Oswald harvest conditions were favorable. “We had a few rain delays in there. The soybeans slowed everything down with green stems. The rain delays were welcomed for the soil recharge.” Farmers are mostly satisfied with the crop considering the drought stress most of the crop was under. “There’s been positive surprises and scenarios in-line with what growers have been expecting. As a whole, some of the heat we had in July and August, it’s amazing these crops can pull through.”
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