Last week it was soybeans' turn to drive the direction of U.S. grains inspected for export when compared to the week before.
That helped push up total grain inspections by 31,393 metric tons, or nearly 2%, to 1.8 million metric tons.
Sorghum inspections also increased, rising 27,600, or nearly 44%, to 90,792, while corn and wheat inspections both declined for the week ending July 22.
Corn was down 3.7% to just over 1 million metric tons, and wheat declined about 10% to 477,964 metric tons.
For the full USDA report for July 26, click here.