The July 26 USDA Crop Progress report showed spring wheat conditions have hit their lowest rating since 1988 — only 9% of spring wheat across the country is rated good-to-excellent — so the talk of rain on the horizon is welcome news. Current spring wheat conditions also listed 66% of the crop as poor-to-very poor. Corn and soybeans stayed relatively consistent to the previous report, though the hot and dry weather in the Midwest pushed corn down one point at 64% good to excellent, and soybeans down two points at 58% good to excellent. Find out how corn and soybeans are holding up in certain states.