Spring wheat could lose acres if planting delays continue in portions of the Northern Plains. Minnesota Wheat Executive Director Charlie Vogel says it’s too soon to tell. “Once it starts warming up and drying out, we’ll be able to get wheat in the ground. Wheat acres should hold close to steady.” Growers are between a rock and a hard spot this year. “This year, we’ve got a logistical issue of trying to get fertilizer and crop protection products lined-up as well. Late season acreage changes could be less nimble, because of the added complexity.”
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