KANSAS CITY — The Nationwide Agricultural Statistics Service of the US Division of Agriculture estimated space planted to winter wheat for harvest in 2022 at 34,397,000 acres, up 749,000 acres, or 2.2%, from 33,648,000 acres in 2021 and in contrast with 30,450,000 acres in 2020. The estimate contained within the annual Winter Wheat and Canola Seedings report issued Jan. 12 in contrast with the typical of pre-report commerce estimates at 34,255,000 acres.
The all-winter wheat space planted for harvest this 12 months was the tenth smallest on document however can be the most important seeded space since 36,149,000 acres in 2016. All-winter wheat seedings had been decrease from 2017 to 2021, and in 1909, 1910, 1911 and 1913.
Of the all-winter wheat planted space, 23.8 million acres had been estimated to have been planted to onerous pink winter wheat, up 1% from 23.5 million acres in 2021.
“Planted acreage is up from final 12 months throughout a lot of the rising area,” NASS stated. “The biggest will increase in planted acreage are estimated in Kansas and Texas, whereas the most important decreases are estimated in Colorado and New Mexico.”
The USDA estimated the 2022 comfortable pink wheat planted space at 7.07 million acres, 6% bigger than the 2021 planted space at 6.65 million acres.
“In contrast with final 12 months, the most important acreage will increase are anticipated in Missouri, North Carolina, and Ohio, whereas the most important acreage decreases are anticipated in Maryland and Michigan,” NASS defined.
The estimated white winter space in 2022 was 3.56 million acres, up 2% from 2021.
The NASS stated, “Planting in Idaho and Washington was forward of the five-year common all through a lot of the planting course of. Seeding was nearly full within the area by early November.”
NASS estimated durum seedings in Arizona and California for harvest this 12 months at a mixed 90,000 acres, up 15% from 2021 and up 20% from 2020.