Despite recent moisture in the Southern Plains, Oklahoma State University Small Grains Specialist Amanda Silva says the wheat crop is far behind. “People are really excited about all the rain, but unfortunately the Panhandle has not seen as much moisture. The wheat is small around the state because it was planted so late.” Silva says temperature swings in Oklahoma could be a problem for underdeveloped wheat.
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