Farming between Crookston and Red Lake Falls, Minnesota, Tim Dufault says his wheat is way ahead of where it should be for this point in the growing season. “When your agronomist comes out and says I don’t think we’re going to spend any more money on fungicide, that kind of tells you where we’re at.” Dufault is less worried about his soybeans, but rain is still needed badly. “The days we had 90 degrees and strong winds, whatever moisture was left in the ground really sucked it out.”
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