During the RRFN Crop Tour stop at Pekin, North Dakota, Carl Jensen highlighted a 72-day corn that was at one-third milk line. “Jensen, who has been selling Pioneer seed for 31 years, conceded the crop went in late. With the nice 80 degree weather we had last week and three or four 80 degree days this upcoming week, I don’t think we’ll be too bad with maturity.” A respectable soybean crop is also evident in the area. However, “ the rains were exceptionally variable this year and yields are going to reflect that on all crops.” The RRFN interview with Jensen is available on YouTube.
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