OK hit hard by freezing ......
...... is the info I've gotten. My experience is that wheat 'hardened' by cool temps and having adequate moisture is harder to damage but this is a long spell and repeated exposure. Add to that the unliklihood of normal planting dates near the Canadian border and the Canadian Plains and wheat has some significant problems.
And then, as mentioned, what about DC beans?
Re: OK hit hard by freezing ......
I think what will happen is that the wheat is behind normaol growth now, and we will shorten the grain fill period as it tries to catch up. Shorter grain fill will mean less bushels. And many of us are still in the midst of drought.. I just don't see much of a crop in the western belt, eastern may be better.
Re: Here we go again....freeze in wheat country
Southwest of me 100-250 miles they had low temps. right at 20F. I'm sure some of their crop around SW Kansas as well as the Oklahoma & Texas panhandles withstood some severe damage last night. Probably a better question to ask SW how things look in his area.