NAWG CEO says heat, drought hurting wheat crop

From the Capital Press

Over the summer, National Association of Wheat Growers CEO Chandler Goule toured six wheat-producing states. He says Washington wheat farmers hold a dubious distinction.

“I hate to tell you this, but Washington still wins,” he told the Capital Press by phone Aug. 4. “You all still have the shortest wheat that’s got the most heat stress on it of all the states I’ve been to, but every state is clearly showing signs of major drought and stress issues in the crops.” Read the rest of the article here.