With very little moisture in the soil profile, it has been difficult getting the ground in condition for next year. “What is even more concerning is they’re pulling up big root balls and big soil clumps that if we don’t get moisture this fall, the soil won’t imbibe moisture like it should,” said J.J. Jahnning, field agronomist Pioneer. Jahnning is hopeful Mother Nature will provide the much-needed moisture before freeze-up. Listen to the latest harvest update from Pioneer.
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