49 percent of the nation’s corn crop has been planted and that’s up from 30 percent last week.  78 percent of the corn crop was planted last year at this time and the five-year average is 80 percent.
 
19 percent of the nation’s corn crop has emerged compared to the five-year average of 49 percent.
 
Minnesota’s corn crop is 56 percent planted compared to last week’s 21 percent.  72 percent of the crop was planted last year at this time and the five-year average is 83 percent.
 
70 percent of Iowa’s corn crop has been planted compared to the five-year average of 89 percent.
 
19 percent of South Dakota’s corn crop has been planted compared to the five-year average of 76 percent.
 
42 percent of North Dakota’s corn crop is in the ground compared to the five-year average of 63 percent.
 
Illinois farmers have planted 24 percent of their corn acres compared to the five-year average of 89 percent.
 
14 percent of Indiana’s corn crop has been planted compared to a five-year average of 73 percent.
 
70 percent of Nebraska’s corn crop has been planted.
 
Ohio farmers have planted just 9 percent of their corn crop compared to the five-year average of 62 percent.
 

 

 
19 percent of the nation’s soybean crop has been planted compared to last week’s 9 percent.  53 percent of the crop was planted last year at this time and the five-year average is 47 percent.
 
5 percent of the nation’s soybean crop has emerged compared to 24 percent last year and the five-year average of 17 percent.
 
22 percent of Minnesota’s soybean crop has been planted compared to 43 percent last year at this time and the five-year average of 57 percent.
 
Iowa’s soybean crop is 27 percent planted compared to the five-year average of 55 percent.
 
South Dakota farmers have planted 4 percent of their soybean acres compared to the five-year average of 39 percent.
 
North Dakota’s soybean crop is 24 percent planted compared to the five-year average of 39 percent.
 
9 percent of the Illinois soybean crop has been planted compared to the five-year average of 51 percent.
 
Indiana’s soybean crop 6 percent planted compared to the five-year average of 43 percent.
 
Nebraska’s soybean crop is 40 percent planted.
 
Ohio’s soybean crop is just 4 percent planted, well behind the five-year average of 35 percent.

 

 
Minnesota’s spring wheat crop is 76 percent planted compared to the five-year average of 80 percent.
 
Minnesota’s sugarbeet crop is 90 percent planted compared to the five-year average of 87 percent.
 
Have a good week!
Linda

 
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