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Crop Progress Report for the Week of August 19, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 08/20/2019

Corn silking reached 100% this week in MO and TN.  Overall progress is at 95% where in 2018 it was at 100% by this time of year.  Silking won’t be on the report next week as it is expected to reach 100% overall.  There are still some states reporting under 90% silking; IN, MI, OH, PA, and WI.  Corn dough crossed the halfway mark at 55%..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of August 12, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 08/14/2019

 

Corn silking reached 100% this week in TX and NC.  Overall progress is now at 90% - 6-7% behind previous years.  Most states are reporting at least 80% silking with IN, MI, OH, and WI under 80%.  Corn dough is now at 39% with only ND reporting under 10%.  NC is already nearly finished at 91%.  Corn dented is now included in the report and is..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of August 5, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 08/8/2019

Corn silking is at 78% overall where it was at 95% last year.  MI is the only state reporting under 50% and WI is reporting 53% this week.  NC is almost finished with this growth stage at 99% silking.  In 2018, IL and MO had already reached 100% silking by this time of year.  All states are now reporting corn in the dough stage with states..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of July 29, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 07/30/2019

Corn silking is behind 2018 progress by 32%.  All states are now reporting at least 20% silking, last week states were still under 10%.  In 2018, IL was reporting 100% silking for this time of year but is reporting 59% this year.  Furthest ahead are NC and TN reporting over 90%.  Corn in the dough stage is at 13%, behind 2018 by 22%.  MI, ND,..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of July 22, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 07/23/2019

Corn silking is now at 35% with all states reporting corn silking.  NC, TN, and TX are reporting at least 80% silking where there are still some states reporting under 10% silking.  Overall progress is behind by 43%.  Corn dough is now being reported on.  The overall progress is at 5% which is behind previous years.  NC and TX are reporting at..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of July 15, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 07/16/2019

Corn silking is now at 17%, behind 2018 by 42%.  Only MI and SD are reporting 0% this week, all other states are reporting at least 1% silking.  TN and NC are furthest along with 80% silking.  Next week we should start to see corn in the dough stage.

Soybeans emerged are nearly finished at 95% with MN, NE, and ND now reporting 100% emerged. ..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of July 8, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 07/9/2019

Sunflower planting has finished.  Soybean and sorghum planting continues but is nearing the end for the season.

Corn emerged is nearly at 100% (which is usually already at 100% for this time of year) at 98% emerged.  All corn states are reporting at least 90% emerged.  Corn silking is now included in the report.  Overall progress is at 8% where..

Crop Progress Report for the Week of July 1, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 07/2/2019

Corn, cotton, and peanut planting are done for 2019.

 

Corn emerged is at 94% with no new states reporting 100% emerged.  All states are reporting at least 80% emerged.

Crop Progress Report for the Week of June 24, 2019

Posted by Colson Steber on 06/25/2019

Corn planting progress is nearing an end at 96% planted overall.  Historically, corn planting was finished by this point in time for most states except for MI and PE which, along with MN, MO, and WI have been the states that finish planting their corn last.  Currently only IA, KY, MN, NE, NC, TN, and TX have finished their corn planting.  Corn..

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