More Variability on Day Two of the Spring Wheat and Durum Tour

DEVILS LAKE, N.D. (DTN) — As Day 2 of the Wheat Quality Council’s Spring Wheat and Durum Tour concluded Wednesday, July 26, a line of pop-up evening thunderstorms brought some welcome relief from the day’s above-average temperatures. Yet, they also reinforced an observation delivered by those who scouted scores of wheat fields during the heat of the day: Where rain has fallen, wheat has grown in North Dakota.

Day two of the tour found an average yield of 45.7 bushels per acre. Read more of this story from DTN Crops Editor Jason Jenkins here: