U.S. Wheat Associates' Weekly Harvest Report (July 2): Rain Delays to the South, Drought to the Northwest

Rainfall and high humidity slowed harvest progress in Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas; 146 samples are in the lab for testing.

According to the U.S. Wheat Associates' July 2 Weekly Harvest Report, sporadic rains also slowed soft red wheat (SRW) harvest with wheat data now completed on 135 samples.

The Pacific Northwest experienced a historic heatwave this past week as winter SW harvest began.

The hard red spring (HRS) wheat region continues to struggle with drought, which is reflected in the USDA’s Crop Progress Report's condition ratings.

The northern durum growing region also needs rain.

For the full harvest report, click here.

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