Report: Half Of Kansas Corn Crop Now Planted

KSCB News - May 4, 2010 12:00 am

Kansas Agricultural Statistics Service reports that half of the Kansas corn crop has now been planted.

In a new report Monday, the agency said corn planting is further along than the 47% normally seeded by this time.

About 3% of the soybean crop and 2% of the sorghum crop have also been planted.

The state’s winter wheat crop was rated this week as 13% excellent and 57% good. About 25% was in fair condition, with 5% rated poor to very poor.

 

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