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Harvest Progress – September 9

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean harvest in North Dakota is at eight percent. That is well behind 55 percent last year and 28 percent average. In Minnesota, harvest is at five percent, which is also behind 25 percent last year and 18 percent average.
 
The Idaho dry bean harvest is at 26 percent, compared to 22 percent last week. In Oregon, harvest is at 44 percent and at 17 percent in Washington. The dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana at 52 percent complete, increasing from 30 percent last week. Dry beans harvest is at three percent in Colorado and two percent in Nebraska.
 

Crop Progress – September 3

According to the Weekly Crop Progress report, dry beans dropping leaves in North Dakota is at 63 percent. That’s behind 84 percent last year and near 67 percent average. The crop is rated at 58 percent good to excellent. In Minnesota, dropping leaves is at 48 percent, behind 56 percent last year, but ahead of 39 percent average. The crop condition received a 67 percent good to excellent rating.
 
The Idaho dry bean crop is rated 48 percent good to excellent and harvest is at 22 percent. In Oregon, 64 percent of dry beans are in good to excellent condition, with harvest at 29 percent. A good to excellent rating of 54 percent was given to dry beans in Washington. USDA is reporting the dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana at 30 percent complete.
 
The Wyoming dry bean crop is 61 percent turning color, with a 70 percent good to excellent rating. Dry beans cut is at one percent in Colorado, with a rating of 75 good to excellent. In Nebraska, 12 percent of dry beans are dropping leaves and rated at 56 percent good to excellent. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 57 percent good to excellent, with 81 percent setting pods.
 
 

Crop Progress – August 26

According to the Weekly Crop Progress report, dry beans dropping leaves in North Dakota is at 39 percent. That’s behind 73 percent last year and 47 percent average. The crop is rating is at 51 percent good to excellent. In Minnesota, dropping leaves is at 15 percent, behind 33 percent last year and 17 percent average. The crop condition received a 65 percent good to excellent rating.
 
The Idaho dry bean crop is rated 57 percent good to excellent and harvest is at 16 percent. In Oregon, 64 percent of dry beans are in good to excellent condition, with harvest at 25 percent. A good to excellent rating of 74 percent was given to dry beans in Washington. USDA is reporting the dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana at 21 percent complete.
 
The Wyoming dry bean crop is 34 percent turning color, with a 74 percent good to excellent rating. Blooming is at 95 percent in Colorado with a rating of 67 good to excellent. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 54 percent good to excellent, with 90 percent blooming and 66 percent setting pods.
 

Crop Progress – August 19

According to the Weekly Crop Progress report, dry beans setting pods in North Dakota is at 94 percent. Dropping leaves is at 21 percent, behind 56 percent last year and 27 percent average. The crop is rating decreased to 50 percent good to excellent.
 
In Minnesota, setting pods is at 90 percent. That’s behind 94 percent last year and 93 percent average. The crop condition increased from the previous week with a 66 percent good to excellent rating.
 
The Idaho dry bean crop is rated 59 percent good to excellent and harvest is at three percent. In Oregon, 63 percent of dry beans are in good to excellent condition, with harvest at six percent. A good to excellent rating of 74 percent was given to dry beans in Washington. USDA is reporting the dry bean harvest in Montana at five percent complete.
 
The Wyoming dry bean crop has 70 percent setting pods and seven percent turning color, with a 76 percent good to excellent rating. Blooming is at 89 percent in Colorado with a rating of 71 good to excellent. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 54 percent good to excellent, with 83 percent blooming and 46 percent setting pods.
 

Crop Progress – August 5

According to the USDA Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean blooming in North Dakota is at 86 percent. Setting pods is at 66 percent, behind 76 percent last year , but near 64 percent average. The crop is rating dropped to 68 percent good to excellent.
 
In Minnesota, blooming is at 85 percent. Setting pods is at 60 percent, behind 71 percent last year and 69 percent average. The crop condition improved from the previous week with a 67 percent good to excellent rating.
 
The Idaho dry bean crop is rated 66 percent good to excellent. In Oregon, 65 percent of dry beans are in good to excellent condition. A good to excellent rating of 72 percent was given to dry beans in Washington. USDA is reporting 73 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are blooming, compared to 52 percent one week ago.
 
The Wyoming dry bean crop is 85 percent blooming and 36 percent setting pods, with a 71 percent good to excellent rating. Blooming is at 62 percent in Colorado with a rating of 61 good to excellent. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 57 percent good to excellent and 43 percent blooming, behind 74 percent last year.
 
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Crop Progress – July 22

Dry bean blooming in North Dakota is at 68 percent, behind 80 percent last year and ahead of 63 percent average. According to the USDA Weekly Crop Progress report, 14 percent are setting pods. The crop is rating is at 76 percent good to excellent. In Minnesota, blooming is at 47 percent, compared to 66 percent last year and 67 percent average. The crop rating increased to 69 percent good to excellent.

 
Sixty-three percent of the crop in Idaho is rated good to excellent. In Oregon, 65 percent of dry beans are rated good to excellent. Sixty-four percent of dry beans in Washington are in good to excellent condition. USDA is reporting 45 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are blooming, behind last year’s pace of 96 percent.
 
The Wyoming dry bean crop is 44 percent bloomed and five percent setting pods, with a 79 percent good to excellent rating. Blooming is at 32 percent in Colorado, behind 54 percent in 2018, with a rating of 76 good to excellent. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 57 percent good to excellent and 84 percent emerged.
 
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USDA Crop Progress – July 15

Dry bean blooming in North Dakota is at 34 percent, behind 60 percent last year and near 38 percent average. One percent is setting pods. The crop is rating increased to 77 percent good to excellent. In Minnesota, blooming is at 18 percent, compared to 43 percent last year and 42 percent average. The crop rating dropped to 64 percent good to excellent.
 
Fifty-seven percent of the crop in Idaho is rated good to excellent. In Oregon, 64 percent of dry beans are rated good to excellent. Seventy-eight percent of dry beans in Washington are in good to excellent condition.
 
USDA is reporting 13 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are blooming, behind last year’s pace of 90 percent. The Wyoming dry bean crop is 20 percent is bloomed and one percent setting pods, with a 73 percent good to excellent rating. Emergence is at 98 percent in Colorado and 20 percent blooming. The Michigan dry bean crop is rated 64 percent good to excellent and 69 percent emerged.
 
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USDA Crop Progress – July 8

Dry bean blooming in North Dakota is at nine percent, behind 70 percent last year and 67 percent average. The crop is rating decreased to 75 percent good to excellent. One percent is rated poor to very poor. In Minnesota, blooming is at six percent, compared to 16 percent last year and 18 percent average. The crop rating dropped to 65 percent good to excellent and five percent poor to very poor.
 
Fifty-three percent of the crop in Idaho is rated good to excellent, with 95 percent emerged. In Oregon, 76 percent of dry beans are rated good to excellent. Sixty-one percent of dry beans in Washington are in good to excellent condition.
 
USDA is reporting 72 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are blooming, just shy of last year’s average. The Wyoming dry bean crop is five percent is bloomed, with a 73 percent good to excellent rating. Emergence is at 89 percent in Colorado and 11 percent blooming. The Michigan dry bean crop is 86 percent planted and 49 percent emerged.
 
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USDA Crop Progress – July 1

Dry bean emergence in North Dakota is at 97 percent, with blooming just beginning at one percent. The crop is ratings increased to 81 percent good to excellent. One percent is rated poor to very poor. In Minnesota, emergence is at 96 percent. The crop is rated 69 percent good to excellent and three percent poor to very poor.
 
Fifty-four percent of the crop in Idaho is rated good to excellent, with 92 percent emerged. In Oregon, 76 percent is rated good to excellent and 99 percent is emerged. Eighty-eight percent of dry beans in Washington are in good to excellent condition.
 
USDA is reporting 93 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are emerging, on track with last year’s average. The Wyoming dry bean is 73 percent emerged and three percent is blooming. Planting is at 80 percent in Colorado and 54 percent emergence. The Michigan dry bean crop is 65 percent planted, compared to 31 percent the week prior, and 25 percent are emerged.
 
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USDA Crop Progress – June 24

Dry bean emergence in North Dakota is at 93 percent, nearly 95 last year and equal to the five-year average. The crop is rated at 78 percent good to excellent and zero percent poor to very poor. In Minnesota, nearly all the dry beans are planted. Emergence is at 88 percent, behind 97 percent last year and 96 percent average.

Fifty-three percent of the crop in Idaho is rated good to excellent, with 89 percent emerged. In Oregon, 80 percent is rated good to excellent and 71 percent is emerged. Seventy-eight percent of dry beans in Washington are in good to excellent condition, with 96 percent emergence.

USDA is reporting 79 percent of Montana dry beans and chickpeas are emerging, on track with last year’s average. The Wyoming dry bean is 60 percent emerged, behind 81 percent in 2018. Planting is at 54 percent in Colorado and 20 percent emergence. The Michigan dry bean crop is 31 percent planted, compared to 17 percent the week prior.

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