Wheat better than anyone dared hoped in some areas
TEXAS AGRILIFE EXTENSION SERVICE PHOTO/David Drake
Some farmers who challenged the odds this year and didn’t cut corners on wheat inputs may be rewarded with a potential bumper crop this year — if they received rain, like this field in Concho County did.
Much of Texas wheat looks better than anyone expected a few months ago, said a Texas AgriLife Extension Service agronomist in an April 10 Texas crop and weather press release. . . .
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