The Kansas wheat crop is off to a slower than normal start due to dryness as the crop approaches dormancy. Similar conditions are seen across many areas of the southern Plains, although recent rains to the south should help the crop to develop with ample time ahead of dormancy. Eastern areas of Kansas should see good moisture over the next couple of days, with still time ahead of dormancy for development. Problem areas could remain for north-central and northwestern areas of the wheat-state.
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