In northeastern South Dakota, Agtegra agronomist Blake Anderson says farmers with prevent plant ground are starting to work the ground or plant cover crops. “There are farmers planting turnips and radishes. Other farmers are planting wheat or barley, just enough to cover the ground and to get it ready for fertilization. Corn will be planted on a lot of that ground next year.”
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