By this time last year, many Minnesota farmers already had their corn planted. Soybeans, wheat and sugar beets got an early start, too. But so far this year, it's been too wet for planting. And the National Weather Service predicts the next three months will bring more rain than normal in the southeastern and northwestern parts of the state.
MPR'S Cathy Wurzer spoke with two crop educators with the University of Minnesota Extension. They were Russ Severson who is based in Crookston, and Liz Stahl who spoke from Worthington.