Update from the Field on #Plant22: Hillsborough, North Carolina

Spring planting is moving along. While some farmers are making strides in the field, others are facing challenges due to weather delays and agriculture input availability.

We now turn our attention to North Carolina for an update.

District Field Representative, Deshon Cromartie spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander about how current conditions look in his area, how planting is coming along and how this season compares to years past.

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Update from the Field on #Plant22: Bedford, Iowa

Update from the Field on #Plant22: York County, Nebraska

Update from the Field on #Plant22: West Richland, Washington






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