Small pockets of sugarbeet ground have been seeded. Conditions aren’t perfect, but Red River Valley Sugarbeet Growers Association Executive Director Harrison Weber says growers are doing everything possible to get the crop in the ground. “With that said, genetics allow a lot of vigor in the seed. Farmers replanted last year into the first week of June and they had a nice crop even in the drought.”
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