Development ‘compression’ has wheat back on schedule

A wheat crop that at one time lagged behind normal development by up to three weeks has made rapid progress over the last couple of weeks.

It’s now possible that harvest could be back on a normal schedule, or just a few days behind a typical year with most varieties, according to Kansas State University wheat specialists.


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