Next to Last Weekly Crop Progress Shows Oklahoma Wheat Crop Unchanged Versus Last Week at 19% Good to Excellent

Mon, 21 Nov 2022 16:53:29 CST

Next to Last Weekly Crop Progress Shows Oklahoma Wheat Crop Unchanged Versus Last Week at 19& Good to Excellent

In our next to last Crop Progress of the season- harvest across the US is largely complete. USDA is no longer showing a state by state breakdown on soybeans as harvest of that crop is complete- the US corn harvest is 96% complee, cotton harvest is 79% complete Grain sorghum 97% harvested and peanuts are 94% harvested.

Eighty seven percent of the US Winter Wheat Crop is now emerged, one point ahead of the five year average and two points ahead of this time last year.

There’s no change in the national winter wheat crop condition from a week ago at 32% in good to excellent condition- 12 points under the 44% good to excellent in the middle of November last year. The Oklahoma winter wheat crop remains unchanged this week versus last at 19% good to excellent- but far below the 55% good to excellent last year at this point. Kansas is also unchanged from last week with 24% of the winter wheat crop being in good to excellent condition- and less than half the ratings of last November, which were at 61% good to excellent. Finally, texas is at 19% good to excellent- up one point from last week and three points under a year ago.

Click here for the November 21st USDA Crop Progress report (next to last of this growing season)

In Oklahoma- here’s the rundown on harvest progress on the spring planted crops:

Row Crops:

Sorghum harvested reached 97 percent, up 5 points from the previous year and up 9 points

from normal.

Soybeans harvested reached 82 percent, up 3 points from the previous year and up 9 points

from normal.

Peanuts harvested reached 95 percent, up 6 points from the previous year and up 8 points

from normal.

Cotton harvested reached 75 percent, up 3 points from the previous year and up 11 points

from normal.

Meanwhile- the Oklahoma Pasture and Range Conditions actually improved by three points from 4% good last week to 7% good this week- and also saw a drop in poor to very poor ratings from 82% last week to 75% this week. In November 2021, we had pasture and range ratings at 31% in good to excellent condition.

Click here for the Oklahoma Crop Progress report from November 20th.

Click here for the Kansas Crop Progress report dated November 21st.

Click here for Texas Crop Progress report dated November 21st.