Martinson Ag Risk Management President Randy Martinson says southeastern North Dakota is expected to grow more corn next year. “When you get outside of that area of the state, there may be more barley, oats and dry edible beans. These are going to show strong revenue returns as far as crop insurance guarantees are concerned and that will secure interest. Canola and sunflowers may also be strong options.” When it comes to spring wheat, Martinson says there is a slight increase in acreage expected in the northern part of the state. “Yields are impressive up there and there may also be interest in spring wheat in the southwest.”
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