According to USDA’s June 11 crop progress report, cotton planting is complete in all Mid-South states, but is lagging behind in Oklahoma, which is 69 percent complete. Texas is 86 percent complete and Kansas, 69 percent.
Twenty-seven percent and 28 percent, respectively of the Arkansas and Mississippi cotton crops have reached squaring.
Fifty-two percent of the U.S. cotton crop is listed in good to excellent condition.
Sixty-eight percent of the Alabama cotton crop is listed in poor to very condition, with zero percent listed in excellent condition.
Ninety-four percent of the nation’s soybean crop is now in the ground, according to USDA, with planting completed in Mississippi and Ohio, and wrapping up in most other states.
Seventy percent of the U.S. soybean crop is listed in good to excellent condition.
Seventeen percent and 13 percent, respectively, of the Tennessee and Mississippi soybean crops are listed in poor to very poor condition.
Basically all the U.S. corn crop has now emerged and 70 percent is listed in good to excellent condition. In Tennessee, however, 24 percent of the crop is listed in poor to very poor condition.
According to the report, which reports on progress as of June 10, 55 percent of the Arkansas wheat crop had been harvested.