Cooler weather, rainfall slowing deterioration of U.S. corn, soybeans, USDA says; 51% of corn crop, 38% of soybeans in poor, very poor condition

Andrew Rogers

Andrew Rogers

Aug 13, 2012 – Associated Press

DES MOINES, Iowa , August 13, 2012 () –
A new crop condition report shows cooler weather and spotty rainfall in the middle of the county has slowed the deterioration of the nation's corn and soybean crop.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says in the 18 states that grow most of the corn, 51 percent of the crop was rated very poor or poor last week. It was 50 percent a week earlier.

Twenty-six percent of the corn was rated fair, compared with 27 percent a week earlier. Twenty-three percent remained rated good or excellent.

Thirty-eight percent of soybeans were rated very poor or poor, compared with 39 percent the week before. Thirty-two percent remained in fair condition. Thirty percent was good or excellent, in a slight improvement from 29 percent the prior week.

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