Pioneer field agronomist Kristie Sundeen covers a large swatch of northern North Dakota. This is an area with a lot of variability.” “I have some spots that look really, really nice and I have some spots that are short on rain.” Wind caused some trouble spots in corn, giving Goss’ Wilt and opening. Brittle snap and root lodging was seen in a small area. “If we can get by without catching a frost, I think the later-season crops are actually going to be the winners this year,” said Sundeen. “The wheat crop is average and I think the canola crop is fairly average; the winds, the heat and the lack of moisture hurt us for the early-maturing stuff.” Find out more in this interview.
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