Mississippi Crop Progress Report: June 12, 2011

Angus Catchot, Extension Entomologist
By Angus Catchot, Extension Entomologist June 16, 2011 16:16

Mississippi Crop Progress Report: June 12, 2011

 

Week ending June 12, 2011 Released: 3:00 P.M., June 13, 2011

According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service in Mississippi, there were 6.5 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sunday, June 12, 2011. Dry weather conditions are affecting row crops across much of the state, but non-irrigated corn appears to be suffering the most. There are reports of corn rolling up from dry conditions. Some scattered showers came through the state on Saturday and Sunday, but we are in need of a good soaking rain. Soil moisture was rated 42 percent very short, 40 percent short, and 18 adequate.

National Agricultures Statistics Services (Mississippi) Crop Progress for Week Ending 6/12/2011
Crop This Week Last Week Last Year 5- Year Average
Corn Silked

62

35 56

59

Corn Dough

6

6

4

Cotton Planted

100

98 100

100

Cotton Emerged

96

92 97

97

Cotton Squaring

17

8 27

25

Peanuts Planted

100

98 94

98

Rice Emerged

100

99 99

98

Sorghum Planted

95

88 100

99

Sorghum Emerged

86

80 97

95

Soybeans Planted

97

93 99

98

Soybeans Emerged

91

87 95

95

Soybeans Blooming

16

5 16

32

Wheat Harvested

88

66 69 76
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Angus Catchot, Extension Entomologist
By Angus Catchot, Extension Entomologist June 16, 2011 16:16
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  1. donald gant June 17, 18:39

    What is good or poor. Exellent, good, poor etc

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