WICHITA, Kan. (AP) The latest government snapshot of Kansas crop progress shows that 69 percent of the planned winter wheat crop has been planted.
In a report Tuesday, Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service also said about 35 percent of the 2012 winter wheat crop has already emerged.
Farmers are also busy harvesting the last of this season’s crops.
The report says the Kansas corn harvest reached the 65 percent mark by Sunday. About 43 percent of the state’s soybeans have been cut, along with 15 percent of the sorghum crop.