Monday Mycotoxin and Crop Report for June 27, 2022

June 27, 2022

U.S. Harvest Highlight:

  1. Hot Weather Stresses Crops
  2. Southwestern Showers Bring Relief
  3. Spring Wheat Conditions Well Above Average

Weather & Harvest Updates

The USDA’s June 22 bulletin reports that hot, dry weather in the central and southern Plains lead to increased stress on summer crops. The northwest experienced cooler than normal temperatures, while the rest of the country experienced mostly normal to above normal temperatures. Scattered showers fell across the northern and eastern U.S. Monsoon showers in the four corners states also brought drought relief.

  • The wheat harvest continues as crop maturity advances.
  • Winter wheat acres are 91% headed, 4 points behind the five-year average. 30% are in good to excellent condition, 19 points behind last year.
  • 89% of spring wheat acres are emerged, 8 points behind the five-year average. 59% are in good to excellent condition, 32 points ahead of last year.
  • Barley acres are 8% headed, 5 points behind the five-year average. 51% are in good to excellent condition, 12 points ahead of last year.
  • Oat acres are 42% headed, 12 points behind the five-year average. 60% are in good to excellent condition, 21 points ahead of last year.
  • Corn development is highly variable within some fields.
  • 95% of corn acres are emerged, the same as the five-year average. 70% are in good to excellent condition, 5 points ahead of last year.

Here are the states with the highest good to excellent ratings, as well as the states with the highest poor to very poor ratings.

  • Good to excellent: IL, IA, KY, PA, SD, WI
  • Poor to very poor: CO, KS, NE, NC, OH, TX

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