With the wet spring, Valley City, North Dakota farmer Darin Anderson planted up until June 20, but his corn acres are down significantly from his original plans. “We only got 60 percent of our corn planted and we changed a few of those acres later to soybeans and a few to late planted sugarbeets; the rest will go to prevent plant.” Anderson says crop maturities are all over the board. “We have early and late planted corn, soybeans and wheat. We have soybeans that have a full trifoliate and soybeans that are just going to start popping out of the ground. It will be a challenge to keep the sprayer cleaned out and on the right crop at the right stage, but the crops look good.” Hear the latest Crop Watch report.