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THE STATE FINALLY SAW SOME RAIN LAST WEEK, SLOWING HARVEST PROGRESS A BIT. 

 

RAINFALL WAS MORE THAN INCH ABOVE NORMAL THIS PAST WEEK, WHICH WAS WELCOME NEWS FOR PASTURES, WINTER WHEAT AND COVER CROPS. CROP STATISTICIAN MARK SCHLEUSENER SAYS THERE WERE ABOUT FOUR DAYS SUITABLE FOR FIELDWORK.

 

 

89 PERCENT OF WINTER WHEAT HAS BEEN PLANTED. 

 

 

AVERAGE STATEWIDE TOPSOIL MOISTURE IMPROVED TO SEVEN PERCENT VERY SHORT, 17 PERCENT SHORT, 71 PERCENT ADEQUATE AND FIVE PERCENT SURPLUS.

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