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Prospective Wheat Plantings for 2010 Down From 2009 Plantings
Winter wheat - The 2010 winter wheat planted area is estimated at 37.7 million acres, 13 percent below last year, but up 2 percent from the previous estimate in the NASS January 12 Winter Wheat Seedings report.
This is the lowest U.S. total since 1970 and record lows are estimated in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Nebraska, and Ohio. States with notable acreage increases from the previous estimate were Nebraska and Texas, up 100,000 and 200,000 acres, respectively. Of the 2010 total acreage, 28.3 million acres are hard red winter (HRW), 11 percent below last year; 6.0 million acres are soft red winter (SRW), 28 percent below last year; and 3.4 million acres are white winter, 2 percent above last year. To put the SRW decline in perspective, the SRW planted area last year was the largest since 1969/70.
Other spring wheat. Growers intend to plant 13.9 million acres this year, up 5 percent from that of 2009. Of the total, 13.3 million acres are hard red spring (HRS) wheat. The largest expected acreage increases are in Montana and North Dakota, up 400,000 and 250,000 acres, respectively. Growers in Minnesota intend to plant 100,000 fewer acres than last year. Durum wheat. Area seeded to durum wheat for 2009 is expected to total 2.22 million acres, down 13 percent from that of 2009. Planted acreage is expected to be down in all producing States except Idaho.
Growers in North Dakota and Montana intend to reduce acreage from last year by 150,000 and 70,000 acres, respectively.
White wheat. Soft white wheat planted area is expected to be 3.64 million acres for 2010, up from 3.56 million acres in 2009. Hard white wheat planted area is expected to be 0.44 million acres for 2010, nearly the same as the .45 million acres in 2009.
MGR Archive 18.4.2010
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