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Cold survival of winter wheat
According to Bob Fanning, South Dakota State University Extension Plant Pathology Field Specialist, the current winter wheat crop in South Dakota is doing well because it either received enough moisture early on in its development or it was planted into protective cover, protecting it from the recent extremely low temperatures.
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