Fall harvest nearly finished on Kansas farmsWICHITA, Kan. — Kansas farmers are nearly finished bringing in their fall crops.
WICHITA, Kan. — Kansas farmers are nearly finished bringing in their fall crops.
Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reports Monday that only 3 percent of the corn is left in the field. About 16 percent of the sorghum and 12 percent of the soybeans still need to be harvested.
Planting of Kansas’ winter wheat crop is nearly done as well. The agency reports growers had planted 97 percent of their wheat acreage by the end of last week, slightly ahead of the typical pace.