The Harris Family sent several photos to Harvest Watch that illustrate the conditions on their southwest Oklahoma Farm. We compiled them into this photo gallery. Hover over an image for a caption.
A full wheat plant from one of the Harrises fields next to a 20-ounce soft drink bottle. The wheat has been stunted by a combination of environmental factors.
An example of how short the wheat on the Harrises farm is. Wheat should normally be knee- to waist-high.
A blooming mesquite tree – a sign that winter is surely over.
A wheat field Zac planted behind cotton. This field is suffering mainly from drought.
A healthy wheat head that is pollinating.
This field *was* going to be the Harrises best wheat until a string a freezes, disease and now drought took their toll.
A potato plant in the Harrises garden.