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Summer crops and winter wheat

The drought hasn’t lessened with the area in extreme drought and the outlook isn’t promising. As if that wasn’t enough to worry about, the area has experienced well below freezing air temperatures (the low 20s) for an extended period of time twice in the last week which while not rare is certainly uncommon for the first week of April. So what does this mean for the 2018 wheat crop? As is almost always the case, there isn’t a cut and dry answer.
This is being written on Thursday and the weather forecast is predicting record or ...


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