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UMAPINE — What a difference a year made to wheat growers.

The drought of 2021 caused near crop-failure conditions in some wheat-growing areas of the Pacific Northwest. Don Wysocki, extension soil scientist for Oregon State University in Pendleton, said last year’s crop was 60% or less than usual in some areas. But 2022 has a bumper crop.

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