Home > News > Corn and Soybeans Show Declining Conditions in Latest Crop Progress Report

USDA’s latest Crop Progress Report showed yet another decline in corn and soybean conditions. Released Monday, the report showed 55% of corn rated good to excellent, down 2 percentage points from last week. Soybeans dropped 1 percentage point to 57% good to excellent. Corn progress has 97% of corn silking, 2 points behind the five-year average. Meanwhile, 97% of soybeans were reported blooming, on par with the five-year average and 57% rated good to excellent (1 point ahead of prior year).

Winter wheat harvest is reported 95% complete, 2 points behind the five-year average and spring wheat harvest is 33% completed as of Sunday, a whopping 41 points behind last year and 21 points behind the five-year average.

Read more on the latest USDA Crop Progress and Conditions report here.


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