Ron Truax, who owns Spring Creek Ag at Litchville, North Dakota, says the crop that was planted in his area looks good. However, at least 25 percent of the ground is prevented plant. “Especially, if you’re on wheat or corn ground from last year, the ground struggled to get fit to plant.” The weed spectrum in the region has changed over the years. “Kochia is a problem, but waterhemp is the bigger issue. There are pockets of Palmer amaranth to watch; it’s a constant struggle.” Hear the story.