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Corn Harvest Still Lags Normal
U.S. corn harvest progress continued to lag behind normal last week as producers concentrated more on soybeans and cool, wet weather slowed crop maturation and harvest activities in the eastern Corn Belt. USDA pegged corn harvest progress at 18% complete as of Sunday, up from 12% last week, but behind the five-year average of 23%. Some 79% of the crop was reported mature, versus the average of 84%. Corn maturity continued to lag well behind normal in the eastern Corn Belt, with the Indiana crop only 62% mature, versus an average of 86% and the Ohio crop 35% mature versus an average of 62%. The Michigan crop was only 37% mature versus an average of 65%. USDA reported 18% of the U.S. soybean crop had been harvested by Sunday, up 11 percentage points from a week earlier, but still behind the five-year average of 20%. Some 78% of the crop was reported dropping leaves, just behind the average of 81%. The Minnesota soybean harvest jumped ahead of normal at 33%, verus an average of 28%. However, harvest fell behind in the eastern Midwest, with only 9% of Indiana soybeans out of the field, versus an average of 20%. Some 6% of Ohio soybeans had been combined, versus an average of 18%. Iowa soybean conditions continued to decline with the good/excellent rating for the state's crop falling another 3 percentage points to 16%. The Illinois Agricultural Statistics Service reported that soybean yields there continued to be "disappointing" while corn yields continued to surprise producers.
MGR Archive 7.10.2003
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