According to this week’s USDA Crop Progress Report, every state except North and South Dakota has begun corn planting. Missouri and Tennessee are moving along rapidly while the Upper Midwest has fallen behind. As of Sunday, April 24, 14% of the nation’s corn crop is planted, double from last year’s pace and three points ahead of the five-year average.

Missouri has clocked in a whopping 58% corn planting progress pace compared to its five-year average of 18%. Tennessee is at 49% planted compared to the average of 11%. Illinois is also ahead of pace at 18% planted compared to an 11% average and Iowa is on pace with 10% planted. The report also shared that 3% of the U.S. corn crop has now emerged, one point ahead of the average.

Read more on the latest USDA Crop Progress Report here.