Crop Progress Report: Mostly all conditions were lower

USDA’s Crop Progress Report was recently released and it shows most crop conditions saw a slight decline.

Most crop conditions saw a decline this week in USDA’s latest Crop Progress Report.

Corn is now rated 53 percent good to excellent, down one point from last week, and that is with 5 percent already harvested nationwide.

Soybeans lost a point at 56 percent in the top category, and 10 percent of winter wheat is in the ground, which is up seven points from a week ago.

Cotton is rated 33 percent good to excellent, which is down two points from last week. Nationally, 8 percent of cotton has been harvested. USDA predicts Oklahoma and Texas will produce less than half the amount from 2021.

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