USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report (Nov. 23): Winter Wheat Declines in Quality

The condition of winter wheat deteriorated for the week ending Nov. 22 compared to the previous week, with 43% reported to be in good or excellent condition in 18 selected states compared to 46%.

Last year's crop was rated 52% good/excellent at this point in 2019.

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Crop Progress Report, 89% of winter wheat planted had emerged.

States with the best winter wheat included California, Montana, Michigan, North Carolina and Illinois, and those will be poorest included Colorado and Kansas.

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