The 2022 growing season started very late with very wet conditions.The crop caught up quickly and now there’s very little moisture in the soil profile. “Look at the drought scores,” said Scott Walker, corn product manager, Pioneer. “Anything with a seven or eight in our book would be good for those particular acres, especially up in North Dakota and northern South Dakota as well.” Preparation is the key to success. “Every acre is different; every growing seasons different so you want to make sure can diversify your package.”
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