Vol. 121, No. 29 A Newspaper of General Circulation July 16, 2018
 
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Most of Kansas winter wheat now harvested
The latest government snapshot shows the Kansas growers have harvested most of their winter wheat crops.  
The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported that the Kansas wheat harvest was 71 percent complete, as of July 1. Thatís ahead of the five-year average. About 97 percent of the stateís wheat left in the field was mature.  
The agency also said about 15 percent of the corn in Kansas was in poor to very poor shape with 32 percent rated as fair, 47 percent as good and 7 percent as excellent.  
Other Kansas crops are also making progress. About 97 percent of the soybeans planted had emerged and about 20 percent of them were blooming. About 5 percent of the sorghum in the state had headed.  
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