Update on Hard Red Winter Wheat Tour-- May 18, 2022

Scouts are on the move for day two of the Hard Red Winter Wheat Tour. The day 1 average was 39.5 bushels per acre, which was 20 bushels lower than the yield from the same routes in 2021.

KRVN Farm Broadcaster, Clay Patton spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about a recap of the results, how this compares to last year, how things are looking and the impact drought has had in the region.

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