Return of Hot, Dry Weather Spurs Kansas Wheat Harvest

The return of mostly dry, hot weather this weekend in Kansas has spurred the stalled winter wheat harvest.

On Monday, the National Agricultural Statistics Service reported that as of Sunday about 8 percent of the crop had been harvested in the state. Normally by this late in the season, about 33 percent of the wheat is in the bin. Last year at this time 21 percent had already been cut.

Full article: AgWeb


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