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Harvest wrapping up in parts of Texas

Harvest wrapping up in parts of Texas

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Texas– Harvest of winter wheat was in full swing across most of the state, with some areas beginning to wrap up.  Wheat harvested was at 50 percent compared to 71 percent last year at this time.

Oklahoma– Wheat heading was virtually complete and 95 percent was in the soft dough stage of development.  Harvest was 30 percent complete, 34 points behind the five-year average for the crop.  

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Kansas– Dry and warm conditions allowed wheat to turn color quickly through many parts of Kansas.  Wheat turning color was reported at 74 percent, behind 100 a year ago and the 86 average.  Eleven percent of the crop was ripe, compared to 97 last year and 44 average.

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Colorado– Nearly all winter wheat was at or beyond the jointing stage.  Wheat headed was at 73 percent while 13 percent was turning color, both behind the average.  Condition ratings for winter wheat declined with the majority now rated very poor to poor.

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Nebraska– Wheat conditions rated 24 percent very poor, 28 poor, 32 fair, 15 good, and 1 excellent.  Wheat headed was 88 percent, behind 100 last year and 94 average.  Wheat turning color was 7 percent, well behind 91 percent last year and 34 average.

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South Dakota– Winter wheat jointed was at 76 percent.  Winter wheat headed was at 39 percent, well behind 99 last year and 73 average.  Condition rated 34 percent very poor, 21 poor, 30 fair, 15 good, and 0 excellent.

North Dakota– Seeding of spring wheat was 86 percent complete, behind the 96 average.  Emerged was 74 percent, behind last year at 100 and 92 average.  Jointed was 11 percent, behind the 43 average.  Condition rated 1 percent very poor, 3 poor, 64 good, and 12 excellent.  Durum seeding was 88 percent complete, behind 100 last year but equal to the 88 average.  Emerged was 76 percent, behind last year at 100 and 83 average.  Jointed was 5 percent, also behind average.  Condition rated 0 percent very poor, 2 poor, 15 fair, 81 good, and 2 excellent.

 

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