Ada, Minnesota farmer Niel Rockstad faced a late-season drought. “July, August and all of September were extremely dry,” said Rockstad. “In my last sprayer pass across the field in late September, the beets had started to shed leaves and the leaves had begun to shrink. I was not very optimistic, yet the root performed and in spite of the dry weather, we’re pulling a very very nice crop.”
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