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Minnesota farmers say late rain was just in time for soybeans

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Minnesota farmers say late rain was just in time for soybeans

Farmers in the Midwestern Minnesota consider his extraordinary soybean crop to be late rain.

Montevideo DJ Van Klompenburg says the humidity was very limited until the end of August.

“As in all cases, there was certainly considerable variability, but across all acres this was the highest farm average ever for soybeans, so it’s not often complaining about such results. is not.”

But he tells the brownfield that it rained too late for some of his corn.

“We had some yields that we couldn’t brag about in the (our) west, and then it got much better as we worked in the east. Personally the most yielded It fluctuated a lot because there was one area with many areas, and I think it was just evidence of this year’s uneven rain. “

Van Klompenburg, Member of the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Corn Growers Association, I finished the harvest earlier this week.



Minnesota farmers say late rain was just in time for soybeans

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