August 9, 2022
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North & South Dakota crop reports

North Dakota

Planting of small grains remained ahead of average and emergence followed suit, also ahead of the average pace of development. On Sunday, barley was 73 percent planted, ahead of 2 percent last year and the five-year (2007-2011) average of 32 percent. Emergence of barley advanced 15 percentage points from last week to 26 percent. Durum wheat was 55 percent planted and 19 percent emerged. Spring wheat was 82 percent planted and 41 percent emerged. Oats were 74 percent planted, compared with 4 percent last year and 33 percent on average. Emergence of oats reached 37 percent, an increase of 21 percentage points from last week. Canola planting advanced 34 percentage points to 51 percent. Corn was 57 percent planted, compared with 2 percent last year and 24 percent on average. Planting of dry peas advanced 26 percentage points to 70 percent planted. Potatoes were 47 percent planted, ahead of 1 percent last year and the average of 21 percent.

South Dakota

Winter wheat conditions are rated at 3 percent poor, 24 percent fair, and 73 percent in good to excellent condition; compared to 67 percent in good to excellent condition last week. Winter wheat is at 37 percent boot and 4 percent headed. Spring wheat conditions are rated at 1 percent poor, 22 percent fair and 77 percent good to excellent. Spring wheat is 89 percent emerged, up 10 percentage points from last week’s emerged estimate. Barley conditions are rated at 9 percent fair, and 91 percent in good to excellent condition. Barley is at 95 percent seeded with 78 percent emerged, up 23 percentage points from last week’s emerged estimate. Oat
conditions are rated at 1 percent poor, 16 percent fair and 83 percent good to excellent. Oats are reported at 93 percent seeded and 81 percent emerged, up 5 percentage points from last week’s emerged estimate. Alfalfa conditions are rated at 2 percent poor, 22 percent fair, and 76 percent good to excellent. Corn is at 57 percent planted, up 26 percentage points from last week, with 11 percent emerged. Sorghum is at 2 percent planted and Soybeans are at 9 percent planted.

 

Source: USDA NASS ND & SD Offices

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