University of Minnesota Extension Small Grains Specialist Jochum Wiersma says a lot of the spring wheat is in the middle of grain fill. “That’s one-third of the grain fill period. After that, it’s dry down and then, the hot doesn’t matter. The late planted wheat, we’ll see what happens.” Wiersma says there is some tan spot and bacterial leaf streak being reported. Many acres were already sprayed for scab.
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