Pioneer Field Agronomist Marc Cartwright hosted the second day of the Red River Farm Network Crop Tour. Fields were checked from Thief River Falls, Minnesota to Walhalla, North Dakota. “Soybeans and corn are on pace to finish up good despite the late planting,” said Cartwright. “I’d say if we can get through the month of September, we should be in a really, really good spot.” The corn is dented in the Walhalla, near the Canadian border. “Being a full-dented product at the end of August puts in a nice timeframe for a frost at the end of September to have good crop quality.” Watch the video.
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