An active weather pattern is expected this spring. “That’s good news because it is going to help return the moisture,” said Eric Snodgrass, principal atmospheric scientist, Nutrien Ag Solutions. “Bad news is that an active spring weather pattern means severe weather and possibly tighter planting windows. It’s a balance, right? I’d rather have the tighter (planting) windows and not have to worry about moisture in July.” Snodgrass was part of the program at the Northern Corn and Soybean Expo in Fargo.
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