USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report (July 12): Spring-Sown Crops Hold Steady While Winter Wheat Harvest Moves Forward

The condition of spring-sown crops didn't change much for the week ending July 11 as the harvest of winter wheat kept rolling along.

According to today's U.S. Department of Agriculture's Crop Progress Report, 59% of winter wheat had been harvested, ranging from 100% for Arkansas to 2% for Ohio.

Other percentages included 85% for Kansas, 94% for Texas, and 97% for Oklahoma, with harvest underway or complete in all 18 selected states.

As for corn and soybeans, corn quality improved 1 percentage point to 65% rating good/excellent and soybeans held steady at 59 good/excellent.

Each percentage was lower than the rating for last year's crops, which were 69% good/excellent and 68%, respectively.

In six selected states, sorghum's rating went from 72% good/excellent to 70% while spring wheat held steady at a dismal 16% good/excellent.

For the full USDA report for July 12 and previous weeks, click here.

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