Peterson Farms Seed Territory Manager Paul Bromley says the north-central part of North Dakota has crops on both sides of the yield curve. “The growing conditions have been all over the board. The rains were so unbelievably spotty, so the variability is widespread.” Bromley says the weather has slowed harvest progress in his region. “Mother Nature is only giving us short, brief windows to get it off and after wheat, canola will come off with no delay between soybeans and corn.”
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