Harvest Report for May 26, 2023

Sporadic rains across the HRW growing region slowed harvest progress in Texas and stabilized the crop in unharvested areas. In Alabama, 9% of the SRW crop is now harvested. Samples of SRW will begin arriving in the coming weeks; initial grade and crop quality data should be available mid-June. Planting of the HRS and durum crops continues apace. SW in the Pacific Northwest remains in good to excellent condition.

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A scene from the 2022 Texas wheat harvest. According to Texas Wheat, harvest was progressing slowly in South Texas and the Coastal Bend. Harvest in the Central Texas region was expected to begin by June 1. Meanwhile, there have been some test cuts in the Rolling Plains. Test cutting began in the southern Blacklands, too. Started harvesting and have a photo for our 2023 report? Send it to ralphloos@uswheat.org.
A scene from the 2022 wheat harvest in Oklahoma. Wheat harvest in Oklahoma typically begins around Memorial Day and is usually complete by the first week of July.
A scene from the 2022 wheat harvest in North Dakota, where the 2023 harvest is still a few month away. According to the North Dakota Wheat Commission, above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation the past week allowed North Dakota farmers to make great progress planting this year’s spring wheat and durum crops. As of May 25, the North Dakota spring wheat crop was considered half planted.
A scene from the 2022 Maryland wheat harvest. The 2023 crop has received good ratings and harvest is expected to begin in June and July.
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