USDA Crop Progress – June 10

Dry bean planting in North Dakota is at 89 percent, compared to 72 percent last week. That is near 94 percent last year and 90 percent average. Emergence is at 38 percent, well behind 61 percent last year and 58 percent average.
In Minnesota, dry bean planting is at 87 percent, compared to 64 percent last week. That pace is behind last year and the average of 90 percent. Emergence is at 45 percent, well behind 75 percent last year and 65 percent average.
USDA is reporting 94 percent of Montana dry beans are planted and 48 percent emerged. Seventy-two percent of the crop is planted in Idaho and 53 percent emerged. In Oregon, planting is at 83 percent with 50 percent emergence, and 94 percent of dry beans are planted with 80 percent emergence in Washington. Wyoming dry bean farmers have 50 percent of the crop planted and 22 percent is emerged. Planting is at 14 percent in Colorado and just three percent emergence.
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