U.S. farmers are taking advantage of decent weather to get the crop in the ground. USDA says fifty-eight percent of the spring wheat is planted-behind average, with 14 percent of the crop emerged. The winter wheat crop condition is rated 36 percent good to excellent, which is behind last year’s 51 percent. Sixty-two percent of the corn crop is planted, which is in-line with the five-year average. Twenty-eight percent of the crop is emerged. Thirty-five percent of the soybean crop is planted, which is ahead of average. Ten percent of soybeans are emerged.
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