Farmers have made great progress in planting winter wheat. South Dakota Wheat Commission Executive Director Reid Christopherson says South Dakota is well ahead of most other states with winter wheat seeding.
He says despite recent frost there’s no sign of damage to the winter wheat.
Christopherson says the overall winter wheat condition is good and right where it should be.
Christopherson says there’s still time for farmers to put in winter wheat. He says it’s good for soil health and crop rotation.