RAIN finally arrived in the central and southern Plains last week to aid development of winter wheat, which so far has struggled under dry conditions.
Winter dormancy for the crop is still about a month away, so the rain will help the crop develop root systems and tillers to survive the winter and resume growth next spring.
"This rain will do wonders. This is a million-dollar rain for western Kansas wheat farmers," Kansas St
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