There were some spotty and isolated showers over Eastern Colorado this week. However the totals were under .20 inches, meaning just enough moisture to settle the dust. Subsoil moisture is depleting at a rapid rate. More rain is needed to make sure what is left of Colorado’s wheat crop makes it to harvest.
Colorado Wheat Outlook Report – May 5, 2023
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