Row crop harvest speeding along in the Dakotas
ABERDEEN (AP) -- An early start to spring planting and a hot summer that pushed crops to maturity has led to an early row crop harvest in the Dakotas.
"We should be finishing harvest in record time," South Dakota State University agronomy specialist Mark Rosenberg told the American News. "Instead of finishing by Thanksgiving, we will be done by Halloween."
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