A Channel seedsman says harvest in parts of Indiana is off to a much slower start than normal.
Elizabeth Pfaff says combines are just starting to roll, and variability is the name of the game for this year’s crop. “It just depends on where you’re at when those rains came through,” she says. “We have been dry, extremely, extremely dry.”
She tells Brownfield when it comes to quality and yields, she expects a little bit of everything. “There’s going to be some good and there’s going to be some bad,” she says.