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One-Quarter Of U.S. Soybean Crop Remains, USDA Says



DES MOINES, Iowa – The U.S. Soybean is slightly more than three-fourths planted, while the corn crop is emerging nearly 20% slower than its five-year average.


Corn

In its Crop Progress Report Monday, the USDA pegged U.S. corn planting at 92% complete, behind the 100% five-year average.

The planting rate is equal to what the trade had expected. This leaves about 7.0 million acres left to be planted.

As of Sunday, Ohio farmers had 68% of state corn crop planted. a 100% five-year average. South Dakota farmers have 78% of their corn seeded, behind a 100% five-year average.
Also, 79% of the U.S. Pat. corn has emerged vs. a 97% five-year average.

In its report, the USDA pegged the corn crop as in 59% good / excellent condition, equal to a week ago.

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	 In its report, the USDA pegged the U.S. soybean planting completion rate at 77% vs. a 93% five-year average. This leaves about 18.0 million acres of soybeans left to be planted.
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	 Indiana and Illinois are the two major soybean-producing states well behind in planting completion with 64% and 70% respectively.<br />
Also, 55% of the U.S. Pat. soybean crop has emerged 84% five-year average.
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