Corn’s condition stayed at 75% good to excellent in the latest week, but the excellent portion went to 15% from 14% and good slipped one to 60%, USDA said on Monday.
Soybeans improved 2 points to 74% good to excellent, which topped the year-ago reading of 67%.
Farm Futures calculated the mild improvement in corn added 0.4 bu. per acre on yield potential for a national average of 172.4
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