May 31, 2019
The 2019 HRW harvest is progressing across South Texas and the Southern Blacklands. This year’s SRW harvest is just beginning in the South as the weather has been unseasonably hot, dry weather. The Midwest continues to experience heavy rains. A cool, wet spring has SW, HRS, and northern durum crop emergence behind the 5-year averages.
This Week’s #WheatHarvest19 Round-Up
“…and they’re off! #WheatHarvest19 has kicked off here! Finished Cotton this afternoon and they booked it to the combines, they are wearing me out!” via @Kimbrellfarms06 in Texas
“Wheat harvest has begun. The hot dry weather is about all this is good for, perfect conditions and 7-10 days ahead of schedule #WheatHarvest19 #gluten #farmingfeedsalabama #gotime”
via @nickmcmichen in Alabama
“Anyone else fighting the humidity? We can’t get much more than about 6 hours of cutting in and then moisture starts climbing again #AgTwitter #WheatHarvest19” via @brady2011scott in Texas
Follow #WheatHarvest19 on social media for daily coverage throughout the U.S. wheat harvest season.