A farmer in the Eastern Corn Belt says is the greatest
challenge for growers this year has yet to show itself.
“We have to get to fall harvest.”
Doug Darling typically grows 1,600 acres of corn, soybeans, and wheat in southeast Michigan. This year he was only able to plant a third of his crops and like many is preparing for the far-reaching effects.
“The Michigan prevented planting acres stood at over 870,000.