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Jerry Gulke DTN Columnist
Mon Apr 22, 2013 06:25 AM CDT

The buzz from just about every news media source this past week has been whether or not we'll get the crops in on time and what the eventual planting date will mean to yields. We have evidence on both sides of the fence, but with high-tech seeds planting dates do not have a clear cut influence, unless of course, delays are really late.

Also, which regions experience the late planting is important. North Dakota was planning on planting about 4 million acres at about 122 bushels per average. That is 488 million bushels less if nothing got planted, but that ...

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