Many crops in Kansas are past the point of recovering from extreme heat and drought.
The USDA says 29 percent of corn is rated good-to-excellent with 25 percent dented.
Thirty-six percent of soybeans are rated in good-to-excellent condition. Fifty-seven percent have set pods.
Sorghum is rated 27 percent good-to-excellent with 9 percent coloring.
Cotton condition is rated 29 percent good-to-excellent with 12 percent of bolls opening.
Thirteen percent of pasture and range conditions are good-to-excellent.