Wheat futures fell as a stronger dollar raised concerns that U.S. grain exports could drop.

Wheat for December delivery fell 17.25 cents, or 1.87 percent to $9.0525, at 11:49 p.m. on Tuesday, according to Reuters/Jefferies CRB Movers.

The dollar enjoyed a two-day rally this week, gaining against major currencies to end a weeklong drop to record lows. With the dollar gaining strength, exports were more expensive for foreign investors.

Meanwhile, Corn futures for December delivery fell 4.5 cents or 1.29 percent to $3.4425.