By Julia Debes, Kansas Wheat This is day 3 of the Kansas Wheat Harvest Reports, brought to you by the Kansas Wheat Commission, Kansas Association of Wheat Growers and the Kansas Grain and Feed Association. Kansas wheat producers are in the cab and cutting now across... Read More.
A Wisconsin weed scientist says the weeds are emerging, and in some places, they’re up before the corn and soybeans. Dr. Rodrigo Werle with the University of Wisconsin tells Brownfield waterhemp wasted no time poking out of the ground. “On May 17th, I... Read More.
Rains provided much-needed moisture for much of the state. Statewide, corn is 96% planted, 81% emerged, and 78% rated good to excellent. Soybeans are 60% planted with 43% emerged. Cotton is 85% planted, 6% squaring, and 78% rated good to excellent. Wheat conditions improved, with... Read More.
The weather allowed for just 3 days suitable for fieldwork, but Arkansas farmers still made measurable planting progress. Rice planting is 93% complete, with 84% of the crop emerged, and 75% rated good to excellent. Soybeans are 78% planted with 69% of the crop... Read More.
U.S. corn and soybean planting is close to normal after the slow start to the season. Still, delays due to wet weather persist in some areas, including northern portions of the Midwest and Plains. The USDA says that as of Sunday, 86% of the... Read More.