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Crop Progress Report – June 1, 2021

According to USDA’s Crop Progress Report, dry bean planting in North Dakota was 76% complete, near 87% last year and 91% average.Emerged was 63%, ahead of 50% last year, and equal to average Topsoil moisture supplies rated 44% very short, 29% short, 25% adequate, and 2% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies rated 50% very short, 26% short, 23% adequate, and 1% surplus.
 
The Minnesota dry bean crop was 92% planted, ahead of 67% last year and 68% average. Emergence was 61%, ahead of 34% last year and 28% average. Topsoil moisture supplies were rated 4% very short, 20% short, 71% adequate and 5% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated 6% very short, 24% short, 68%adequate and 2% surplus.
 
Dry bean planting in Idaho is at 89%, Washington is at 89%, Montana is at 76%, Wyoming is at 40%, Colorado is at 23%, Nebraska is at 19% and Michigan is 7% complete.
 
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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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