USDA reporters say most of Wisconsin’s crops had excellent
growing conditions last week as temperatures in the upper 70’s and 80’s plus a
little rainfall helped pollination and growth.
Most of the state had some precipitation, but USDA reporters
in the southern and eastern parts of Wisconsin say there were some fields with
standing water and mud. Northwestern
Wisconsin remained drier than the rest of the state.
Overall, topsoil moisture is 80% adequate and 12% surplus
and subsoil moisture is 81% adequate and 14% surplus.