Corn and soybeans in Kansas suffered from the heat wave last week where temperatures topped 100 degrees.
Corn saw an 8 percent decline in condition ratings according to USDA. Forty-seven percent is in good-to-excellent shape.
Soybeans are 56 percent good-to-excellent, a six percent decrease from last week.
Cotton is rated at 44 percent good-to-excellent.
Pasture and range conditions are rated 34 percent good-to-excellent.