A warm, dry planting window preferred in southern Minnesota

A warm, dry planting window preferred in southern Minnesota

A farmer from southern Minnesota says he’s looking forward to having a window of warm, dry conditions to finish planting corn and soybeans.

Lawrence Sukalski tells Brownfield it’s been at least 18 days since he’s been able to get into the field to plant due to the cool conditions and constant, heavy rains.

“Our township was 6 miles by 6 miles and we were the land of 10,000 lakes in our township.

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