Crop Progress Report – May 10, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry beans in North Dakota are 5% planted, on par with on average. The Minnesota dry bean crop is 17% planted, 2 days ahead of normal. Dry bean planting in Idaho is at 53%, Washington is at 80%, Montana is at 27% and Wyoming is at 8%
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota are rated 80% short-to-very short. 17% of the soybeans are planted, ahead of the average pace for this time of the year of 11%. 36% of North Dakota’s corn is planted, well ahead of the 24% average. 66%t of the spring wheat is seeded and 20% of the crop is emerged.
Corn planting progress is well ahead of normal in Minnesota at 85% complete. 65% of the soybeans are planted, up from the average of 25%. Spring wheat seeding is 97% complete in Minnesota, up from 52% for the average. The soil moisture situation is much better in the Gopher State with subsoil moisture at 60%adequate-to-surplus.
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