On Tuesday’s Crop Watch broadcast, the RRFN microphone traveled on the north-south corridor of Highway 281 in North Dakota. At Edgeley, Mike Brandenberg said his fields were wet after a recent inch-and-a-half of rain. “You’ve got to pick your fields, so it’s pretty slow.” Windsor, Terry Wanzek is trying to be patient. “We’re out cultivating, trying to dry the ground out after getting about six inches of rain in a week’s time.” Bayer Customer Business Advisor Justin Cook says the story is similar near Carrington with wet fields. You can listen to the full Crop Watch here.
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