Corteva Agriscience Territory Manager Jordan Grundstrom says securing crop inputs should be a priority. “This year is definitely the year to have inputs committed and in your sheds.” Some products may be in short supply, but Grundstrom believes the logistics will be the biggest hurdle. “As activity happens in other geographies of the US, product may not be available, but being in the northern part of the Red River Valley, we might have that product available to us because of when our application season occurs.”
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