Even with a late spring, Northland Seed and Supply owner Lee Dahl says the crop has performed well in the Doyon, North Dakota area. “We had a very wet and saturated spring and that delayed planting dates and some guys got scared away from later maturities,” said Dahl. “Fortunately, the growing season provided to us was very rich with moisture and heat units.” Maturities in the local area range from 65-to-85 day. Like everyone else, Dahl hopes to get an extended fall without an early frost. The major crop issue is the black bird damage within the Prairie Pothole Region. The full interview is online.
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