According to the June 18th USDA/NASS Crop Progress report, the Iowa corn crop improved slightly over last week and is now rated 84% Good/Excellent condition, 13% Fair, and 3% Poor/Very Poor.
The Iowa soybean crop in Excellent condition increased from 17% last week to 21% this week. Currently the Iowa soybean crop is rated 80% Good/Excellent, 17% Fair, and 3% Poor/Very Poor.
Iowa pasture conditions are rated 64% Good/Excellent, 28% Fair, and 8% Poor/Very Poor.
Iowa hay conditions are rated 73% Good/Excellent, 23% Fair, and 4% Poor.
64% of the Iowa oat crop is currently headed, and the Iowa oat conditions are rated 83% Good/Excellent, 15% Fair, and 2% Poor.
In the maps below you can compare corn and soybean conditions for each state, and the total size of the pie chart on each state represents the number of acres planted in that states. Using the Date dropdown, you can watch how the conditions change each week throughout the growing season.
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