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NASS releases corn, soybean progress reports

According to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service for the week ending July 28, corn and soybean conditions were as follows in the High Plains Journal coverage area: Nebraska: Corn condition rated 1 percent very poor, 4 poor, 20 fair, 60 good, and …Read more


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USDA NASS Releases Latest Crop Progress Report

Corn condition was down just 1 percentage point from the previous week while soybean condition was up by 1 point according to USDAs weekly Crop Progress report released Monday USDA estimated that 60 of the US corn crop was in good-to-excellent
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Soybeans Corn and Wheat Trades Down Amid Progress Report

Grains are trading down on Thursday as investors are digesting recent progress in crop reports will release on August 12 They are expecting significant advances Soybean is trading down
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Corn soybean harvest progress surges

Soybean harvest moved another big step toward completion while farmers got almost 20 of the nations corn crop out of the field in one week according to Mondays USDA-NASS Crop Progress report Mondays crop report shows 65 of the nations corn crop
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A very good growing week in Wisconsin crops looking better officials say

The crop progress The report is a product of the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Corns and beans look excellent an AshlandIron counties report said Corn should begin
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Crop Progress Shows How Delayed Corn Soybeans Are

Statistics Service NASS released its weekly crop progress report on Monday The report which is the first of the season to include silking and blooming data shows just how far behind the corn and soybean crops continue to be Just 8 of the nation
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Corn Soybean Planting Slogs on in Waterlogged US Midsection

OMAHA DTN — Farmers in the waterlogged midsection of the US continued to slowly slog along in planting corn and soybeans between this years progress and the five-year average according to USDA NASS weekly Crop Progress report released Tuesday
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