Matthew Krueger, who farms at East Grand Forks, expects to begin the spring wheat harvest by mid-August. “Wheat is always hard to tell exactly what we are going to get until we get the combine across there, but I’m optimistic; the early fields look fantastic.” Krueger’s sunflowers are approaching the R2 stage and the stands are good. The soybeans are flowering. “I don’t think we’re gonna have overly tall, pretty beans this year but as long as we can get a late August rain, we could have some good soybeans as well.”
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