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Missouri crop ratings increase as harvest progresses

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Missouri crop ratings increase as harvest progresses

Missouri crop conditions improved mostly last week.

The USDA states that the state’s corn harvest is one-third complete. 86% of the crops are mature and 67% are rated from good to good, 1% better than last week.

Five percent of soybeans are harvested, three-quarters of the crop change color and half shed leaves. The condition of soybeans improved from 2% to 64%, going from good to good.

70% of the cotton balls were open and the crop fell to 69%.

The rice harvest is 38% complete and the rating is excellent from good to 70%.

Forty-three percent of Missouri’s pastures are rated as good because they are good. 42% of topsoil moisture is appropriate and 1% is surplus. 64% of the state’s subsoil is suitable and 1% is surplus.



Missouri crop ratings increase as harvest progresses

https://brownfieldagnews.com/news/missouri-crop-ratings-rise-as-harvest-advances/ Missouri crop ratings increase as harvest progresses

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