Dry Bean Crop Progress

The weekly Crop Progress Report from USDA puts dry bean planting in Minnesota is at 98 percent complete. Emergence is at 93 percent, ahead of 81 percent average and 67 percent last year. The crop is rated 86 percent good to excellent.
Dry bean planting in North Dakota is 88 percent complete, behind 95 percent average and compared to 72 percent last week. Emergence is at 57 percent, behind 68 percent last year and well behind 77 percent average.
The Montana dry bean crop (including chickpeas) is 97 percent planted and 69 percent has emerged. Dry bean planting is mostly wrapped up in the Pacific Northwest. Crop emergence is at 86 percent in Idaho and 95 percent in Oregon.
Dry bean planting is well underway in other states at 90 percent in Wyoming, 75 percent complete in Colorado, 93 percent in Nebraska and 38 percent in Michigan. View the latest Crop Progress Report here.