But in some areas, the results could be severe, an agronomist tells the Enid News & Eagle.
Roger Don Gribble said the cold front and the ice and freezing temperatures is a concern.
Tuesday, he said temperature is a key point.
“The critical temperature for wheat is 28 degrees,” he said. “If we stay at or below that, we will have damage to wheat.”
He also said the quicker the temperature drops, the more damage it can cause.
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