Wet weather could take toll on wheat quality, experts say

Issue Date: May 24, 2017
By Bob Johnson

The extraordinary rains last winter fed what should be a high-yielding wheat crop this year, but University of California experts said the large amount of moisture may have also leached nutrients out of the root zone and brought unusual plant diseases and other ailments.

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