Questions have arisen about the status of the winter canola crop in Kansas. This article discusses the various weather conditions that have occurred across the canola-growing region and what the resulting impacts may be as we enter the last half of the winter season.
The extremely cold temperatures observed in Kansas in mid-February have the potential to cause winterkill to the winter wheat crop. However, several factors determine whether winter wheat will be negatively impacted. In Kansas, the current condition of the wheat is variable depending on the region.