2 states report DON in wheat, weather continues to affect crops

2 states report DON in wheat, weather continues to affect crops

All crops behind schedule due to cool, wet spring conditions

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Through May, 2019 has the sixth wettest year since 1895 and average U.S. spring temperatures have been .1 degree Fahrenheit below the mean of the past 100 years, Neogen said. The Eastern Corn Belt, Midwest, mid-south and parts of the Great Plains have been affected by excessive rain. In addition, the Southern Plains, Northern Plains and Michigan experienced lower-than-normal temperatures in the spring, while the Southeast and Pacific Northwest saw temperatures above normal.