FARGO, ND. -- American Crystal Sugar President and CEO Dave Berg is hoping for some warmer weather to get fields ready for planting.
He says a small percentage of field work has started, but recent rains have hampered things.
Berg says that creates some anxiety as the co-op looks to have nearly 420-thousand acres of sugar beets planted this year.
After seeing the spring planting delayed into late May and early June last year, Berg says the conditions are a bit scary.
He says those concerns are being share by all commodity groups.