Oklahoma Cotton and Grain Sorghum Crops Are Much Larger Than 2020 ProductionTue, 09 Nov 2021 17:23:22 CST
Oklahoma Crop Production, as predicted in the November Crop Production Report, shows a larger cotton, grain sorghum and corn crop in 2021 versus 2020. Soybean and peanut crops in Oklahoma are smaller in 2021 versus 2020.
Oklahoma Upland Cotton production is forecast at 760 thousand bales, 19 percent higher than 2020. Yield averaged 879 pounds per acre, compared with 702 pounds last year. Acreage harvested, at 415 thousand acres, is down 5 percent from last year.
Oklahoma corn production is forecast at 46.5 million bushels, up 8 percent from the previous year. Statewide yields averaged 155 bushels per acre, 20.0 bushels higher than 2020. Acres harvested for grain, at 300 thousand, is down 6 percent from last year.
Oklahoma sorghum production is forecast at 23.1 million bushels, up 123 percent from last year. Yield averaged 65.0 bushels per acre, up 20.0 bushels from the previous year. Acres harvested, at 355 thousand acres, is 54 percent higher than 2020.
Oklahoma soybean production is forecast at 13.8 million bushels, down 15 percent from last year. Yield is expected to average 25.0 bushels per acre, compared with 30.0 bushels in 2020. Harvested acreage, at 550 thousand acres, is 2 percent higher than last year.
Oklahoma peanut production is 11 percent lower than last year, at 52.5 million pounds. Yield is forecast at 3,500 pounds per acre, down 720 pounds from 2020. Harvested acres are up 7 percent from last year to 15.0 thousand acres.
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