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The latest USDA Crop Progress report still shows California at zero wheat emergence. The agency says 17 of the 18 winter wheat-growing states are seeing emergence progress, led by Nebraska. Montana follows closely and then South Dakota and Washington.

USDA data says 84% of Nebraska winter wheat has emerged, up 19% from the previous week and 13 points ahead of the five-year average. For California, just 10% of the crop is planted. Nationally, crop progress is 4% behind the fiver-year average but 3 points ahead of last year at this time.

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