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University of Idaho Extension cereals pathologist Juliet Marshall is concerned wheat in Southern and Eastern Idaho may have sustained frost damage.

Winter wheat fields throughout Southern and Eastern Idaho may have sustained significant damage from recent early morning frosts, a University of Idaho Extension cereals pathologist warned.

Juliet Marshall said she's received calls from concerned growers from Aberdeen through Idaho Falls about how consecutive mornings of freezing temperatures from June 16-18 may have affected winter wheat kernels.

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