Matthew Krueger, who farms near East Grand Forks, says his crop is a week to ten days behind the normal pace. “We’re looking at the middle of August before being able to starting to harvest small grains. It’ll be a long harvest.” Krueger is pleased with the condition of his corn and sunflowers. “The soybeans are slow, but they’re getting to the stage where they’ll start taking off.”
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