July 13, 2013
Soft white wheat is transferred from combine to a bank-out truck.
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WALLA WALLA — Although Eastern Washington had its share of harsh weather in December, the winter wheat crop appears to have escaped major damage.
The acreage Washington's farmers devote to growing canola is expected to skyrocket for the fourth consecutive year, while chickpea plantings may level off after more than a decade of booming production.