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.
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.