NEWS
Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Jun 6, 2014 06:01 PM CDT

It seems like this planting season will never end; in the Deep South, west of Ontario, this planting season started almost a month late. It was pretty difficult waiting and I knew that once planting season hit, the window would be so compressed it would be flat out every day. That is exactly what it is, taxing my energy and pressuring all my technology. However, give me a couple more days, and I will finally have this crop in the ground. Let's just hope that the weather the rest of the way is kind.

Of course, while all this has ...

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