Weather woes spur decrease for wheat harvest
CHICAGO -- The U.S. wheat harvest will be 9 percent smaller than last year, the government said Friday, after heavy rains delayed planting of spring crops in the northern Great Plains and hot weather in July and August reduced yields.
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