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Winter Kill of Wheat a Concern

Snowfall across Colorado during February brought relief to drought-stressed areas

Winter wheat

Snowfall across Colorado during February boosted snowpack and brought relief to drought-stressed areas, according to USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, Mountain Region Field Office, CO.

According to the High Plains Journal, nearly all counties, however, were still experiencing abnormally dry conditions or worse at month’s end.

Reporters in northeastern counties noted winter kill of wheat was a concern due to lack of good snow cover and moisture in areas.

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