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Crop Progress Report – Sept. 13, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 16% very poor, 30% poor, 37% fair, 16% good, and 1% excellent. Dropping leaves was 93%, ahead of 88% last year, and near 89% average. Harvested was 39%, ahead of 26% last year and 32% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were 28% very short, 36% short, 34% adequate, and 2% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 42% very short, 32% short, 25% adequate, and 1% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans rated 12% very poor, 24% poor, 45% fair, 17% good, and 2% excellent. Dropping leaves was 91%, ahead of 82% last year and 84% average. Harvested was 35%, ahead of 19% last year and 26% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 15% very short, 28% short, 55% adequate and 2% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 22% very short, 40% short, 37% adequate and 1% surplus.
 
Dry beans were 85% harvested in Montana (including chickpeas), 60% harvested in Idaho, 81% in Washington, 35% in Colorado, 34% in Nebraska, 22% in Wyoming and 6% in Michigan. Get the latest Crop Progress numbers.

Crop Progress Report – August 16, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 22% very poor, 33% poor, 33% fair, 11% good, and 1% excellent. Blooming was 95%, near 91% last year and 97% average. Setting pods was 86%, ahead of 77% last year, but near 87% average. Dropping leaves was 17%, ahead of 9% last year, and near 16% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 55% very short, 36% short, 9% adequate, and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 56% very short, 32% short, 12% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans rated 11% very poor, 21% poor, 51% fair, 15% good, and 2% excellent. Dropping leaves was 13%, ahead of 11% last year and 5% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 46% very short, 38% short, 16% adequate and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 43% very short, 41%
short, 16% adequate and 0% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – August 9, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 22% very poor, 33% poor, 34% fair, 9% good, and 2% excellent. Setting pods was 76%, ahead of 63% last year, and near 74% average. Dropping leaves was 7%.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 53% very short, 39% short, 8% adequate, and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 55% very short, 34% short, 11% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans rated 10% very poor, 18% poor, 54% fair, 16% good, and 2% excellent. Setting pods was 95%, ahead of 92% last year and 83% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 39% very short, 41% short, 19% adequate and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 38% very short, 44%
short, 18% adequate and 0% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – August 2, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 20% very poor, 34% poor, 35% fair, 9% good, and 2% excellent. Blooming was 88%, ahead of 76% last year, and equal to average. Setting pods was 60%, ahead of 44% last year, and near 58% average.

Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 45% very short, 46% short, 9% adequate, and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 50% very short, 36% short, 14% adequate, and 0% surplus.

In Minnesota, dry beans rated 9% very poor, 19% poor, 52% fair, 20% good, and 0% excellent. Blooming was 96%, ahead of 95% last year, and 88% average. Setting pods was 83%, ahead of 76% last year, and 61% average.

Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 42% very short, 39% short, 19% adequate and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 39% very short, 42% short, 19% adequate and 0% surplus.

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Crop Progress Report – July 26, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 15% very poor, 34% poor, 38% fair, 11% good, and 2% excellent. Blooming was 76%, ahead of 69% last year, but near 78% average. Setting pods was 29%, ahead of 24% last year.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 41% very short, 46% short, 13% adequate, and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 51% very short, 34% short, 15% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans were 90% blooming and 63% setting pods. Dry bean condition declined to 26% good to excellent, compared to the previous week’s 30%.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 37% very short, 44% short, 19% adequate and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 32% very short, 48% short, 20% adequate and 0% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – July 19, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 18% very poor, 33% poor, 36% fair, 12% good, and 1% excellent. Dry edible beans blooming was 42%, behind 53% last year and 56% average. Setting pods was 5%, behind 11% last year.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 41% very short, 45% short, 13% adequate, and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 47% very short, 36% short, 17% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans were 74% blooming and 31% setting pods. Dry bean condition declined to 30% good to excellent, compared to the previous week’s 40%.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 31% very short, 47% short, 22% adequate and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 28% very short, 51% short, 21% adequate and 0% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – July 12, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 13% very poor, 30% poor, 41% fair, 14% good, and 2% excellent. Dry edible beans blooming was 18%, near 21% last year, and behind 28% average. Setting pods was 1%.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota were rated 32% very short, 43% short, 24% adequate, and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 42% very short, 38% short, 20% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans were were 50% blooming and 9% setting pods. Dry bean condition declined to 40% good to excellent, compared to the previous week’s 47%.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota 27% very short, 49% short, 24% adequate and 0% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 26% very short, 50% short,
24% adequate and 0% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – July 6, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition in North Dakota rated 12% very poor, 31% poor, 40% fair, 15% good, and 2% excellent. Blooming was 9%, equal to last year, and near 11% average. Topsoil moisture supplies in North Dakota rated 35% very short, 41% short, 23% adequate, and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 46% very short, 35% short, 19% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry beans were 25% blooming, in line with 24% last year and ahead of 11% average. Condition declined to 47% good-to-excellent, compared to the previous week’s 48%, with the remainder of the crop 1% very poor, 8% poor and 44% fair. Topsoil moisture supplies in Minnesota were rated 28% very short, 50% short, 21% adequate and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 24% very short, 49% short, 26% adequate and 1% surplus.
 
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Crop Progress Report – June 14, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry edible bean condition rated 11% very poor, 19% poor, 51% fair, 17% good, and 2% excellent. Dry edible beans planted was 98%, ahead of 86% last year and 93% average. Emerged was 75%, well ahead of 52% last year, and near 71% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies rated 25% very short, 37% short, 35% adequate, and 3% surplus in North Dakota. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 35% very short, 35% short, 29% adequate, and 1% surplus.
 
In Minnesota, dry bean planting was nearly complete at 97%, with 93% of the crop emerged.The first dry bean condition rating of the season was 0% very poor, 6% poor, 31% fair, 48% good and 15% excellent.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies were rated 19% very short, 45% short, 35% adequate and 1% surplus in Minnesota. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 13% very short, 44% short, 42% adequate and 1% surplus.
 
The dry bean crop in Idaho is 80% emerged and rated 44% good to excellent; Washington is 92% emerged and rated 22% good to excellent; Wyoming is is 40% emerged and 85% planted; Colorado is is 29% emerged and 72% planted; Nebraska is is 46% emerged and 74% planted; and Michigan is is 29% emerged and 79% planted.
 
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Crop Progress Report – June 7, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry bean planting in North Dakota was 92%, well ahead of 68% last year, and ahead of 84% average. Emerged was 52%, well ahead of 21% last year, and ahead of 40% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies rated 49% very short, 35% short, 14% adequate, and 2% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 53% very short, 27% short, 20% adequate, and 0% surplus.
 
The Minnesota dry bean crop was 95% planted, ahead of 91% last year and 87% average. Emergence was 84%, well ahead of 63% last year and 54% average.
 
Topsoil moisture supplies were rated 10% very short, 41% short, 48% adequate and 1% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 7% very short, 35% short, 57% adequate and 1% surplus. Warm and dry conditions continue to be reported
 
The dry bean crop in Idaho is 91% planted and 75% emerged; Washington is 89% emerged; Montana is 85% planted and 49% emerged; Wyoming is 55% planted and 20% emerged; Colorado is 48% planted and 13% emerged; Nebraska is 47% planted and 10% emerged; and Michigan is 30% planted and 3% emerged.
 
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