Winter Wheat planted area for harvest in 2021 is estimated at 32.0 million acres, up 5 percent from 2020 and up 2 percent from 2019, according to the USDA January Winter Wheat/Conola Seedings Report released Tuesday, Jan. 12.
This represents the fourth lowest United States acreage on record, according to USDA.
Durum wheat: Seedings in Arizona and California for 2021 harvest are estimated at a combined 70,000 acres, down 5 percent from 2020 and 41 percent below 2019.
Canola: This report contains the first estimate of 2021 canola seedings for Kansas and Oklahoma.
Acres seeded in Kansas and Oklahoma for 2021 harvest are estimated at a combined 22,000 acres, an increase of 29 percent, or 5,000 acres, from 2020.
If realized, planted acreages in both States would represent the second lowest on record.
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