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Arkansas Renewal: Sown 82% corn and 57% rice

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Arkansas Renewal: Sown 82% corn and 57% rice

More ideal weather conditions help Arkansas farmers play catch-up. 82 percent of corn was sown, which is 9 points behind last year and 6 points from the average for 5 years. Seventy-five percent have a score from good to excellent. Fifty-nine percent of the crop was produced. Rice planting is completed by 57%, which is still well behind last year’s and a 5-year average. Thirty-two percent of the crop was produced. Soybeans were sown on 38%, 20% were harvested. 32% of cotton was sown, which is ahead of last year. Peanuts 29% planted and 9% ascended.

The harvest of winter wheat is 78% of the head, 7% of the dye, with 74% of the crop received ratings from good to excellent.

Alfalfa hay is valued at 97% from good to good, other hay has from 39% to good to excellent. Vegetables received an 803 rating from good to excellent.

Moisture of the topsoil was 97% adequate to excess, and soil moisture – 93% to excess.

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