There are crop emergence concerns caused by wet planting conditions.
In south-central Minnesota, corn and soybean grower Sam Ziegler says he finished planting about a week and-a-half ago.
“Got everything in, can’t say that ground conditions were perfect when we put things in, but we got it in the ground. And thankfully we’ve had some on and off rains to make sure it gets through the crust and that type of stuff.”
He borrowed a rotary hoe from a neighbor to break up crusting.