Mudded in crops breaking through

Many farmers have been forced to plant in less-than-ideal conditions. South-central Minnesota corn and soybean grower Sam Ziegler says a lot of his fields have been over-saturated for more than a year. “We started off with the fields not being prepped like we would typically do it last fall, and a lot of mud balls, a lot of clogs. But we worked with it the best we could, looking at the clock.” Ziegler tells Brownfield despite some soil crusting, he’s been surprised by the lack of emergence issues.

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