South Dakota corn harvest 94% complete
January 28, 2020 By John Perkins Filed Under: Crops, News, South Dakota, USDA
The corn and sunflower harvests continue in South Dakota. The USDA says 94% of corn is harvested, compared to 90% at the end of December, with the USDA is resurveying producers this winter and possible changes to the state’s 2019 production total this spring. 96% of sunflowers are harvested, 9% more than a month ago. 76% of winter wheat is in good to excellent condition, up 3% on the month, and almost the entire state has adequate to surplus soil moisture levels. The USDA’s weekly national crop progress and condition reports resume in April.
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