It's a great time to drive across North Dakota - especially if you appreciate seeing crops ripening in the fields. But there's something missing from those fields when compared with the ag landscape of 25 years ago. Jim Olson tells us how research has brought major change.
Pilots have been busy in recent weeks, buzzing crops across North Dakota -- spraying for disease and pests. The state Aeronautics Commission reports over four million acres of crops are sprayed from the air in an average year. Jim Olson was in Mohall during another busy day for one spraying operation.