The Kansas Wheat Virtual Tour finished with a three-day average of 44.5 bushels per acre. That compares to USDA’s latest estimate of 47 bushels per acre. Wheat Quality Council Executive Director Dave Green says drought losses were evident in southern Kansas, but conditions improved in the central part of the state. “For the entire state of Kansas, this is not a record crop by any means; it is something close to average.” The virtual tour does not have the data points found in the annual Wheat Quality Council tour, but was organized by Kansas Wheat to provide a perspective on crop conditions.
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