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Tue Apr 15, 2014 12:31 PM CDT

WINNIPEG (Dow Jones) -- Most winter wheat crops that were planted in Western Canada last fall seem to be in good condition so far this spring. But, they're not in the clear yet.

"Not all of the winter wheat is out from the snow cover yet," Bruce Burnett, crop and weather specialist with CWB said. "But, I think there have been some encouraging signs with some of the samples the farmers are taking to see if the plants are viable."

There haven't been many reports of mortality from winterkill so far this spring, as there was enough snow to keep ...

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