Planting is below average – Brownfield Ag News


Planting is below average

Michigan farmers continue to make progress despite less than three days suitable for field work last week.

The USDA says the condition of winter wheat remained good to excellent at 45 percent with 47 percent of the crop being cut up, slightly above the five-year average.

Sugar beets were grown 36 percent along with 33 percent oats, 8 percent soybeans, and 4 percent corn.

Apples, sour cherries, blueberries and peaches all bloomed in some form last week. The vegetable growers delayed field activities while the asparagus harvest could start soon. Planting is below average – Brownfield Ag News

Callan Tansill

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