An inch of rain at midweek stalled James Aarsvold’s harvest at Blanchard, North Dakota. Corn became a priority when lodging started to take place across multiple varieties. “It seemed like it was salt issues and root development.” Aarsvold said another issue this season was variable emergence in both pinto beans and soybeans which impacted the timeliness of maturity and harvest.
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