The amount of US land used to grow wheat is at the lowest in almost a century

Wheat markets are in flux right now, and the price is on the rise. A late season snowstorm in Kansas, drought in North Dakota are all factors, but so too is the fact that there were fewer wheat acres planted this year than at any point since the government began tracking the information in 1919. Quartz has the story on the market realities facing one of the area’s most important commodities.

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