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Kansas weather delays harvesting, winter wheat planting and emergence

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Kansas weather delays harvesting, winter wheat planting and emergence

In Kansas, the weather is hindering the planting and emergence of winter wheat.

According to the latest crop progress report, 95% of the crops were harvested, and 80% were harvested, 2% behind last year. This is 3% behind the previous year, with 62% rated as “good” to “excellent.”

Corn harvesting is almost complete in 93% of the crops.

79% of soybeans are harvested, 10% behind last year.

Sorgham yields are 5% behind last year’s 78%.

The cotton is in good condition at 50% and the yield is 17%, 12% behind last year’s pace.



Kansas weather delays harvesting, winter wheat planting and emergence

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