A north central Ohio farmer says harvest has been slow to get started because of development issues.
“We had kind of a shady summer from the smoke from the wildfires in Canada.”
John Linder says soybeans are too wet and they’re just getting started with corn. “Good crops, but corn is wet. It’s north of 30%. It’s not fun, but every now and then we end up with this. We’ve good test weight, good quality and good yields.”
He tells Brownfield tar spot was an issue in some fields this year.