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Dry Bean Crop Progress Report

North Dakota – Dry edible bean condition rated 2% very poor, 3% poor, 23% fair, 65% good, and 7% excellent. Emerged was 78%, behind 89% last year and 92% average.
 
Minnesota – Dry edible bean condition rated 2% very poor, 1% poor, 15% fair, 74% good, and 10% excellent. Emerged was 98%, ahead of 85% last year and 95% average.
 
Wyoming – Dry edible bean condition rated 96% good, and 4% excellent. Emerged was 84%, ahead of 56% last year and 62% average.
 
Colorado – Dry edible bean condition rated 1% very poor, 18% poor, 49% fair, 28% good, and 4% excellent. Emerged was 51%, ahead of 18% last year and behind 48% average.
 
Idaho – Dry edible bean condition rated 1% poor, 19% fair, 77% good, and 3% excellent.
 
Oregon – Dry edible bean condition rated 1% very poor, 4% poor, 12% fair, 60% good, and 23% excellent.
 
Washington – Dry edible bean condition rated 4% poor, 10% fair, 78% good, and 8% excellent.
 
Nebraska – Dry edible bean condition rated 0% very poor, 0% poor, 23% fair, 67% good, and 10% excellent. Emerged was 82%.
 
Michigan – Planting is at 62%, ahead of 27% last year but behind 57% average. Emerged was 35%.
 
View the latest USDA Weekly Crop Progress Report here.

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.

Dry Bean Planting Progress

The weekly Crop Progress Report from USDA puts dry bean planting in Minnesota is at 46 percent complete. Last week planting was at 27 percent and the five-year average is 51 percent. Dry bean planting in North Dakota has just started at 23 percent complete, compared to 3 percent last week and well behind 48 percent average. The Montana dry bean crop (including chickpeas) is 80 percent planted, an increase from 55 percent last week. In Idaho, 77 percent of the dry bean crop is planted and 59 percent is emerged. Fifty percent of dry beans are planted in Oregon, with 20 percent emerged. Dry bean planting is underway other states at 25 percent in Wyoming, 6 percent complete in Colorado and at 18 percent in Nebraska. View the latest Crop Progress Report here.

Dry Bean Planting Progress

 
The weekly Crop Progress Report from USDA puts dry bean planting (including chickpeas) in Montana at 10 percent complete. That compares to 12 percent last year and 26 percent average. Dry Bean planting in Minnesota is just starting at 6 percent complete. Last year at this time planting was at 1 percent and the five-year average is 3 percent. View the latest Crop Progress Report here.

Harvest Progress – November 18

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, harvest has finally come to a close in most states. In North Dakota, harvest is 92 percent complete. That compares to 87 percent the previous week. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 88 to 97 percent complete the past week. Dry bean harvest in Michigan is 95 percent done, an increase from 92 percent the previous week. View crop progress by state.

Harvest Progress – November 12

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, harvest has finally come to a close in most states. In North Dakota, harvest is 87 percent complete. That compares to 77 percent the previous week. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 79 to 88 percent complete the past week. View crop progress by state.

Harvest Progress – November 4

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean harvest in North Dakota is at 77 percent. That is compared to 77 percent the previous week. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 76 to 79 percent complete, which is behind 100 percent last year. Idaho farmers are 95 percent done with harvest. The harvest pace is at 98 percent complete in Wyoming, 95 percent in Colorado, 96 percent in Nebraska and at 87 percent in Michigan.

Harvest Progress – October 28

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean harvest in North Dakota is at 66 percent. That is compared to 61 percent the previous week. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 68 to 76 percent complete, which is behind 100 percent last year. The dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana is complete. Washington farmers are 99 percent done with harvest and at 92 percent complete in Idaho. Dry bean harvest is at 94 percent done in Wyoming, 88 percent in Colorado, 93 percent in Nebraska and at 79 percent in Michigan.

Harvest Progress – October 21

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean harvest in North Dakota is at 61 percent. That is well behind 96 percent last year. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 62 to 68 percent complete. That is also behind 100 percent last year.
 
The dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana is at 96 percent complete, compared to 93 percent last week. Washington farmers are 94 percent done with harvest and at 88 percent complete in Idaho. Dry bean harvest is at 87 percent done in Wyoming, 78 percent in Colorado, 90 percent in Nebraska and at 68 percent in Michigan.
 

Harvest Progress – October 15

According to USDA’s Weekly Crop Progress report, dry bean harvest in North Dakota is at 53 percent, increasing 12 percent from the previous week. That is well behind 94 percent last year and 90 percent average. In Minnesota, harvest increased from 48 to 62 percent complete. That is also behind 100 percent last year and 97 percent average. The dry bean and chickpea harvest in Montana is at 93 percent complete, compared to 90 percent last week. Dry bean harvest is at 70 percent in Wyoming, 52 percent in Colorado, 87 percent in Nebraska and at 53 percent in Michigan.