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Water, water everywhere: the 2018 wheat crop

We will finish off the discussion of insects and crops next week. However, with the rainfall of the last two weeks over most of the area, what does it mean for fall harvest and planting the 2018 wheat crop? First, it is wet. This column was written Friday morning and so the area may or may not have received the additional promised heavy rains through Friday evening. If we did, the areas soils are really saturated.
On the plus side, the rainfall before Friday should significantly improve soil moisture conditions for establishing the 2018 wheat crop. As we will discuss ...


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