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Kansas Wheat Planting
Thu Sep 26, 2013 12:34 PM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Soil moisture has improved in some areas of Kansas, which is good for wheat planting in those areas. But not all Kansas farmers are reaping those benefits.

Western Kansas wheat producers are planting into beneficial soil moisture levels not seen in some time, according to a news release from Kansas Wheat, although no area could be termed "wet." Central and eastern Kansas producers are finding themselves faced with less-than-average soil moisture yet again, except in the northeast and southeast corners of the state.

"We have seen some soil moisture improvement in northwestern and central ...

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