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May rain and flooding delaying Kansas harvest

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — This spring’s heavy rain and flooding has sharply delayed Kansas’ wheat harvest, which is usually in full swing by mid-June. The wheat harvest generally starts between early and mid-June and wraps up by mid-July. But the Kansas Wheat Commission says only 1% of the state’s wheat crop ...

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