The first day of the Boots on the Ground Tour was spent in the northern Red River Valley. As of Thursday, Campbell Farms at Grafton had about 75 percent of its crop planted. “There are pockets of dry ground and pockets of wet,” explained Greg Campbell. There hasn’t been much heat, but Campbell’s crop has emerged. “Early wheat is coming up and looking really good; our first few fields of potatoes that were planted three weeks ago will be emerging somewhere in this upcoming week.” The ground on both sides of the Red River are either underwater or are saturated. Listen to the full interview online.
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