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NEWS UPDATE November 27, 2012

As drought expands, winter wheat growers lose hope

Tiffany Stecker, E&E reporter  •    •  Posted November 27, 2012

The continued intensity and expansion of the drought across the central United States are beginning to ravage the hard winter wheat crop, as farmers hope for the best given the poor circumstances.
Kansas, one of the biggest hard winter wheat producers in the country alongside Texas and Oklahoma, is seeing its second-worst November for wheat in 28 years, said Bill Spiegel, a spokesman for Kansas Wheat. “Obviously, there’s nothing we can do,” said Spiegel. “The wheat crop is in tough shape.” [ read more … ]

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