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Oklahoma Wheat Harvest and Corn Planting Close to Five-Year-Average

Mon, 13 Jun 2022 17:42:32 CDT

Oklahoma Wheat Harvest and Corn Planting Close to Five-Year-Average U.S. farmers are making headway with corn and soybeans with almost 100 percent planted as of Sunday, June 12. Wheat harvest is progressing two percentage points ahead of the five-year-average. Following a slow start this spring, both corn and soybean planting had caught up to the five-year average by the end of last week, USDA NASS said in its weekly Crop Progress report Monday. Corn emergence was also near normal, while soybean emergence was slightly behind average.


Nationwide Winter Wheat:

Winter wheat was 86 percent headed as of Sunday, which is 4 percentage points behind the five-year average of 90 percent. Ten percent of winter wheat was harvested as of Sunday, ahead of last year by 2 percent. Texas has made the most progress at 53 percent harvested. Illinois, Kansas, and Missouri showed some activity at 3 percent, 2 percent, and 2 percent again.

Nationwide, the wheat condition is rated 31 percent good to excellent, 27 percent fair and 42 percent poor to very poor.


Nationwide Corn:

Corn was 97 percent planted as of Sunday, which is 3 points behind last year, but even with the five-year average. 88 percent of corn emerged nationwide as of Sunday, down 7 percentage points from last year and one point from the five-year average.

Nationwide, the corn condition is rated 72 percent good to excellent, 23 percent fair and 5 percent poor to very poor.

Nebraska and North Carolina are 100 percent planted, with the rest of the planting states not far behind.


Nationwide Sorghum:

Sorghum was planted 66 percent as of Sunday, which is 5 percentage points behind the five-year average and 3 points behind last year. Sorghum condition for the 6 states planted is rated 74 percent good to excellent, 24 percent fair and 2 percent poor to very poor.


Nationwide Cotton:

Cotton waws 90 percent planted as of Sunday, which is 2 percentage points above the five-year average and 3 above last year. Cotton condition for the 15 states that planted is rated 45 percent good to excellent, 46 percent fair, and 9 percent poor to very poor.

To see the United States Crop Progress Report, click here.


Oklahoma:

Winter wheat harvest is at 32 percent, up 23 points from last year and down one point from the five-year average. Wheat conditions for Oklahoma include 17 percent good to excellent, 32 percent fair and 51 percent poor to very poor.

Canola coloring reached 88 percent, up 8 points from the previous year but unchanged from normal. Canola harvested reached 15 percent, up 2 points from the previous year but down 22 points from normal.

Rye harvested reached 25 percent, up 13 points from the previous year but down 4 points from normal. Rye condition was rated 21 percent good to excellent, 42 percent fair and 37 percent poor to very poor.

Oats jointing reached 95 percent, unchanged from the previous year but up 1 point from normal. Oats headed reached 80 percent, down 3 points from the previous year and down 1 point from normal.

Corn planted reached 90 percent, up 1 point from the previous year but down 1 point from normal. Corn emerged reached 80 percent, up 3 points from the previous year but down 3 points from normal. Corn conditions were 70 percent good to excellent and 30 percent fair.

Sorghum planted reached 45 percent, down 6 points from last year and down 7 points from the five-year average. Sorghum conditions for Oklahoma are rated 88 percent good to excellent, 11 percent fair, and 1 percent poor to very poor.

Soybeans planted reached 55 percent, up 10 points from the previous year but down 4 points from normal. Soybeans emerged reached 30 percent.

Peanuts planted reached 16 percent, down 14 points from the previous year and down 19 points from the five-year average. Peanut condition is rated 87 percent good to excellent and 13 percent fair.

Cotton planted reached 62 percent, 14 points above last year and 5 points below the average. Oklahoma's cotton condition was rated 86 percent good to excellent and 14 percent fair.

Pasture and Livestock Condition:
Pasture and range condition was rated 52 percent good to excellent, 30 percent fair, and 18 percent poor to very poor.

To see the Oklahoma Crop Progress Report, click here.


Kansas:

Winter Wheat harvest is at 2 percent, down 2 percentage points from the average and up 2 percentage points from last year. Winter wheat conditions rated 26 percent good to excellent, 33 percent fair, and 41 percent poor to very poor.

Corn planted was 96 percent, up one percentage point from last year and equal with the five-year average. Corn emerged was at 83 percent, down one point from last year and down 5 points from the average. Corn condition for Kansas is rated 58 percent good to excellent, 33 percent fair, and 9 percent poor to very poor.

Soybeans planted were 68 percent, 12 percentage points behind last year, and 11 percentage points behind the average. Soybean conditions rated 52 percent good to excellent, 31 percent fair, and 7 percent poor to very poor.

Sorghum planted is at 54 percent, 2 percentage points behind last year, and 4 percentage points behind the average. Sorghum conditions for Kansas rated 55 percent good to excellent, 39 percent fair, and 6 percent poor to very poor.

Cotton planted was at 96 percent, up one percentage point from last year, and ahead of the five-year average of 90 percent. Cotton conditions rated 31 percent good to excellent, 51 percent fair and 18 percent poor to very poor.

Pasture and Range Conditions:
Pasture and range conditions rated 41 percent good to excellent, 32 percent fair and 27 percent poor to very poor.

To see the Kansas Crop Report, click here.


Texas:

Winter wheat harvested is at 53 percent, up 24 percentage points from the previous year and up one point from the five-year average. Wheat conditions in Texas are rated 5 percent good to excellent, 12 percent fair and 83 percent poor to very poor.

Corn planted is at 98 percent, down 2 percentage points from last year and the five-year average. Corn emerged reached 95 percent, up one point from the previous week and the five-year average. Corn condition is rated 25 percent good to excellent, 45 percent fair and 30 percent poor to very poor.

Sorghum planted reached 90 percent, down four 4 percentage points from last year and the five-year average. Sorghum condition was rated 18 percent good to excellent, 47 percent fair and 35 percent poor to very poor.

Soybeans planted reached 81 percent, down 3 points from the previous year. Soybean conditions rated 36 percent good to excellent, 51 percent fair and 13 percent poor to very poor.

Peanuts planted reached 84 percent, up 20 percentage points from the previous year and up one point from the five-year average. Peanut conditions rated 13 percent good to excellent, 51 percent fair and 36 percent poor to very poor.

Cotton planted reached 89 percent, up 5 points from last year and the five-year average. Cotton conditions were rated 25 good to excellent, 46 percent fair and 29 percent poor to very poor.

Pasture and Range Conditions:

Pasture and range conditions rated 11 percent good to excellent, 19 percent fair and 70 percent poor to very poor.

To see the Texas Crop Report, click here.


   

 

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