Two-percent of Nebraska’s corn planted last week
April 19, 2021 By Kellan Heavican Filed Under: Ag Weather, Agriculture, Agronomy, Corn, Crops, Crops, Grains, Nebraska, News, Soil, USDA, weather
Corn planting is underway in Nebraska. The USDA says two percent of the crop has been planted equal to last year but that’s behind the five-year average.
The state has more than three-quarters of adequate soil moisture. Subsoil moisture is more than half adequate.
Winter wheat is rated 43 percent good to excellent.
Oats are 70 percent planted with a quarter of the crop emerged, 14 percent ahead of last year and 16 percent average.
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