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This map compares current crop condition between states. The "greener" the state, the better the crop condition compared to other states.
Due to the mature 2018/19 corn crop the USDA has finished reporting crop condition in their weekly release until the next growing season
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 2018/19 is no longer reported by the USDA after the week ending 10/21/2018. The last condition report is displayed below.
Released Oct 22, 2018
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Corn condition is currently excellent with 68% of the United States rated good to excellent and 12% is rated less than poor.
Yield model adjusted for crop condition
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