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First hot days of summer: Wheat catching up

By: Jake Putnam
Published in Podcast on  July 09, 2019

We’re past the 4th of July…and we’re starting to see the first hot days of summer here in Idaho.

The progress of US Winter wheat is picking up across the nation as the weather improves. Stephanie Ho, reports from Washington:

Spring wheat heading has more than doubled this past week because of that good weather. 

USDA will resurvey farmers to provide a more accurate estimate of the crop size and planted area. Micheal Clements has more.

Organic or not organic, a Gem county fruit farmer sets the record straight, as Steve Ritter reports:

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