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Sunflower production may shift into eastern areas of North Dakota this year, due in part to lower corn, soybean and wheat prices, but also due to a late planting season and because sunflowers can thrive on soils that are either high in salts or sodium. File photo taken Aug. 21, 2013, near Turtle Lake, N.D. (Forum News Service/Agweek/Mikkel Pates)

Sunflower prospects rise, competing prices decline

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GRACE CITY, N.D. — Sunflower industry officials expect to see more acres than earlier anticipated in central North Dakota and east-central South Dakota — especially now, with delayed planting of small grains and canola.


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