Channel Seed Technical Agronomist Derek Crompton expects farmers to start finalizing seed orders before Thanksgiving. “When it comes to the selection of hybrids and varieties that worked well for people, guys are committing to those units.” Crompton.said customers may leave a few units available for new products. Seed availability shouldn’t be an issue. “The majority of seed producing areas had good weather so seed should be in good supply. Products, like herbicides, are in a better situation going into 2023 than last year.”
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