77% of U.S. corn, 73% of soybeans rated good to excellent


The USDA says early development stages for corn and soybeans remain faster than average. Planting got off to a slow start in many areas this year because of weather and current conditions in the Cornbelt range from flood to drought, but overall, both crops are considered to be in good shape, with the USDA’s 2018 planted acreage totals out Friday and new production estimates due July 12th.

As of Sunday, 5% of U.S.

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