Texas Wheat Crop Deteriorates

February 6, 2012 09:23 AM
 

Texas state statisticians say the condition of the state's winter wheat crop deteriorated last week, as the crop in the High Plains is showing signs of drought stress and needs more moisture.

In its weather summary, the report states, "Eastern and southern parts of the state received 0.01 to 2 inches of precipitation, with isolated areas recording as much as 5 inches for the week. The Trans-Pecos region received no measurable rainfall. Windy, dry conditions in much of the High Plains continued to reduce soil moisture."

Crop condition
Very Poor
Poor
Fair
Good
Excellent
Texas - 02/06/12
16
27
31
21
5
01/30/12
15
23
36
22
4
01/03/12
15
23
37
22
3

 


 

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