Ohio Crop Progress: 22% corn planted, 11% soybeans


This Ohio crop progress update from USDA-NASS sponsored by Bane-Welker Equipment.

Many fields were still too wet for fieldwork but some producers were able to push through wet conditions and 100 complete some planting activities, according to Cheryl Turner, State Statistician, USDA NASS, Ohio Field Office. 80 There were 2.7 days suitable for fieldwork in Ohio during the week ending May 26. Excess rain in many areas continued to stall fieldwork progress. Some corn and soybeans were planted in well drained fields. There were some reports of failed wheat and alfalfa due to saturated soils. Hay and pasture were in good condition but experiencing a lot of weed growth. Reports of tornados and strong winds caused further crop damage in parts of the State. Very little fieldwork was done last week.

Nationally, crop progress came in at 58% corn planted, below the 90% average.

Soybeans are 29% planted, compared to an average of 66%.

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