Minnesota corn harvest 10 days ahead of average
September 27, 2021 By Mark Dorenkamp Filed Under: Crops, Minnesota, News
The corn harvest in Minnesota is pacing about a week and-a-half ahead of normal.
USDA’s latest crop progress report says with 10 percent harvested, this year’s pace is 10 days ahead of the five-year average and five days ahead of last year.
The soybean harvest is 30 percent complete, one day faster than 2020 and a week ahead of average.
The harvest of dry beans is 72 percent complete, 59 percent for potatoes, sunflowers are 3 percent harvested, and sugarbeets reached 11 percent harvested.
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