U.S. Corn Crop Condition

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State to State Comparision Map

This map compares current crop condition between states. The "greener" the state, the better the crop condition compared to other states.

Next Release

Tuesday, March 19th, 11:51:57 AM EDT

Due to the mature 2018/19 corn crop the USDA has finished reporting crop condition in their weekly release until the next growing season

What is Crop Condition

The USDA publishes a crop progress and condition report weekly during the growing season (April - November). The original USDA report can be found here on the USDA's website. Condition is rated on the percent of crop in five categories (very poor, poor, fair, good, excellent). A single crop condition score is computed by assigning a weight from 1 - 5 to each category and summing the total. The USDA collects crop condition data by surveys performed by the local Farm Service Agency FSA website to farmers.

Corn Condition for the United States

Corn condition for the 2018/19 is no longer reported by the USDA after the week ending 10/21/2018. The last condition report is displayed below.

Changes this week

 

Released Oct 22, 2018

  Declined
- 1
  Condition
Excellent
 
     

Latest condition report

Week Ending Very Poor Poor Fair Good Excellent
Oct. 21 4 20  48  20 
Oct. 14 4 20  47  21 

Source: USDA | See full report

Corn condition is currently excellent with 68% of the United States rated good to excellent and 12% is rated less than poor.

Historical Crop Condition

 

 

Crop Condition This Year

 

 

U.S. Corn Yield

 

 

CropReports.com Yield Model

Yield model adjusted for crop condition

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