Due to market dynamics, many farmers have taken possession of fertilizer and crop protection products for next year. Dekalb Asgrow Area Business Manager Jeremy Frie said a large percentage of seed has also been booked. Acreage decisions are firming up in the Red River Valley and a lot depends upon the geography. “It feels like soyeans and some of the alternative crops are leading the way in the north and it feels like corn has gained a little strength in the south, even with the fertilizer prices.”
Subscribe to RRFN
Get a weekly digest from RRFN to stay up-to-date on all the latest news in agriculture.