U.S. Wheat Associates' Weekly Harvest Report (July 30): Projections of Lower-Than-Average Yields, But Promising Quality

The U.S. winter wheat harvest is rapidly progressing in northern and Pacific Northwest regions with warm, dry conditions holding on.

According to the U.S. Wheat Associates' July 30 Weekly Harvest Report, HRW crop conditions remain variable.

Harvest of a larger SRW crop is almost complete and all samples have been tested.

The Wheat Quality Council Hard Spring and Durum Tour saw HRS and durum crops that will have much lower-than-average yields but with promising quality.

Harvest of winter SW is progressing well ahead of normal.

Durum conditions are slightly better than HRS but remain drought- and heat-stressed.

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