Northern Ag Network
posted on October 10, 2012 06:00 :: 433 Views
OMAHA (DTN) -- Nearly 70% of the nation's corn crop has been harvested and USDA no longer includes corn conditions in its weekly Crop Progress and Conditions report. But that's a moot point, as the ratings of the ahead-of-normal crop ceased having any real market impact weeks ago.
Soybeans were estimated at 58% harvested compared to 42% last year and a 40% five-year average. Soybean condition ratings were virtually unchanged, with just a slight shift toward the better end of the scale. These numbers also will mean little to the market.
Winter wheat planting advanced to 57% complete and 23% emerged, compared to 53% and 24% last year and 59% and 30% averages, respectively. Many winter wheat areas still need additional moisture to bolster the crop before winter.
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Source: DTN & USDA
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