An agronomist who covers Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, and the Dakotas says there’s a wide range of crop conditions.
Tony Lenz is with Stine Seed.
“Like every year, you’re going to get different weather environments. Some growers loved it, they were able to get going in early April in Nebraska. And then as you went north we had some heavier rains that just pushed people back.”
He tells Brownfield the “garden spot” for his territory right now would be the parts of Nebraska that avoided hail.