Fall Harvest Virtually Complete
USDA weekly Crop Progress shows winter wheat emergence at normal pace
The U.S. corn and soybean harvests are virtually complete in several major producing states, according to the USDA weekly Crop Progress report released Monday.
According to Successful Farming, the report also shows winter wheat emergence at a normal pace, with the crop’s condition little changed from a week ago.
CORN: As of Sunday, 95% of the U.S. corn was harvested vs. an 87% five-year average.
SOYBEANS: As of Sunday, 96% of the U.S. soybean crop had been cut, above a 93% five-year average.
WHEAT: In its report Monday, the USDA rated the U.S. winter wheat crop as 85% emerged vs. a 84% five-year average.