UNDATED -- The spring planting season continues to lag behind average across Minnesota.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture released the crop progress report Monday. Here’s the highlights of this week’s report:

Pasture and range conditions:

  • Very Poor – 7%
  • Poor – 11%
  • Fair – 35%
  • Good – 40%
  • Excellent – 7%

Topsoil Moisture:

  • Very Short – 0%
  • Short – 2%
  • Adequate – 60%
  • Surplus – 38%
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Corn Planting:

60% of the corn has been planted, and 24% has emerged.

Soybean Planting:

32% of the soybeans statewide have been planted, with 7% emerged.

Spring Wheat Planting:

Only 11% of the spring wheat acreage has been planted, compared to a 90% 5-year average rate.

For the complete report, click here

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