A large percentage of the wheat seed business still needs to be locked in. AgriPro Key Account Lead Corey Dathe says a boost in the commodity markets would help seed sales. “Our business comes a little bit later so we’ll learn more as to what we get a little closer to spring what this thing looks like,” said Dathe. “At the end of the day, especially in North Dakota, they’re going to plant wheat so I think it will hold strong.”
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