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28% of U.S. winter wheat rated good to excellent

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The U.S. winter wheat crop reflects the impact of drought in the U.S. Plains and wet conditions in parts of the Midwest. As of Sunday, 28% of the crop is rated good to excellent, compared to 34% in November and 30% a year ago, and 6% has headed, compared to the five-year average of 2%.

2% of U.S. corn is planted, matching the average pace, with most of that progress in Texas.

4% of cotton is planted, compared to 5% usually this time of year.

28% of U.S. winter wheat rated good to excellent