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  • Even as Mr. Randall basked in rain, the Agroholding farming company in the Saratov region, near the Volga River, once again slashed its expected winter-wheat area to only 6,000 hectares, from the 11,000 hectares it planned to plant earlier this month.

    Russia Gets a Rainy Reprieve

  • This is the second year in a row that winter-wheat farmers face a disappointing harvest due to smaller planted area and production problems.

    Wet Weather Threatens U.S. Winter Wheat Crop

  • "It all depends on what happens with their winter-wheat planting," said

    Putin Extends Wheat-Export Ban

  • Wet weather last autumn and this spring is threatening the prospects for U.S. winter-wheat production.

    Wet Weather Threatens U.S. Winter Wheat Crop

  • From golden trees and fresh cut fields, new green showing in the field of winter-wheat and the piles of pumpkins glowing various shades of orange in the farm markets, every turn is filled with colors and scents and dreams.

    End of the season...

  • From golden trees and fresh cut fields, new green showing in the field of winter-wheat and the piles of pumpkins glowing various shades of orange in the farm markets, every turn is filled with colors and scents and dreams.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The absence of rain or snow since November affected 43% of winter-wheat sources, the China Daily newspaper reported.

    Today's Photos: Feb. 5

  • But exportable supplies are short in those countries, while the U.S. winter-wheat harvest is nearly complete, said Joe S.wers, senior market analyst for U.S. Wheat.

    Iran Buys Wheat From U.S.

  • Department of Agriculture showed winter-wheat acreage in the southern Plains was less than expected, even with record wheat prices.

    Wheat Futures Set a Record

  • The smaller winter-wheat acreage meant spring-planted wheat in the Northern Plains would need to make up the shortfall, but its land will compete with corn and soybean planting.

    Wheat Futures Set a Record

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