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Beans slip, corn stable -- USDA

Jeff Caldwell 08/01/2011 @ 4:03pm Multimedia Editor for Agriculture.com and Successful Farming magazine.

In its weekly Crop Progress report, USDA-NASS shows soybean conditions dropped slightly from a week ago, while corn conditions were unchanged.

As of Sunday, 62% of the corn crop is in good to excellent condition, while 60% of the soybean crop is good to excellent. The latter figure slipped 2% from last week, USDA shows.




Charts courtesy USDA-NASS

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