Continued wet weather is negatively impacting Michigan’s
winter wheat crop.
The crop’s condition dropped an additional 12 percent
to 28 percent good to excellent and six percent of winter wheat is jointed.
In the weekly crop report, USDA says three
percent of oats and five percent of sugarbeets are now planted.
Cold and wet conditions are also starting to
impact hay supplies and pasture condition.
Topsoil and subsoil moisture is at 99 percent adequate to surplus.